IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF THE WILDFIRES STRUGGLE TO REGAIN THEIR FOOTING

For a while after the October wildfires, people thought Napa Valley, renowned for its wineries and tourism, would bounce right back. It wasn’t hit as hard as Sonoma and Mendocino counties. Of the 600 homes that were lost here, as many as 45% were second homes. But recovery has been slower than anticipated. An almost-invisible class of people in the agriculture and hospitality industries has been hurt.

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Lauren McNerney