Northern California Wildfire
After a wet, cool spring, the 2019 Wildfire Season Northern California has kicked into high gear, with at least 100 wildfires burning over 40,000 acres. The biggest fire so is Modoc County’s Tucker Fire, which scorched more than 14,000 acres.
This year follows the most harmful wildfire season in Northern California history, burning near 1.5 million acres and endangering communities from Madera County to the Oregon border. The most devastating wildfire in California History, Butte County’s Camp Fire, burnt over 153,000 acres, ruining near 19,000 and killing 85 structures.… Read More