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California Conservation Corps Corpsmembers Continue Fire Response
From the California Conservation Corps
This week the California Conservation Corps has more than 600 corpsmembers — 47 crews — out on eight different wildfires, including the devastating Valley Fire in Lake County.
Crews are involved in fire suppression and fire camp support for Cal Fire and the U.S. Forest Service. There are also two crews helping displaced residents at a Red Cross shelter.
Photos: Camarillo fire crews on the Rough Fire in Fresno County