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Oregon Wildfire Recovery Update - April 7, 2021 (Photo) - 04/07/21

The Oregon Office of Emergency Management has posted the Oregon Wildfire Recovery Update for April 7, 2021, to the Oregon Wildfire Resources page. See today's Wildfire Recovery update here

Photo Captions:

White City, Ore. - April 1, 2021 - A bus transports children to and from school at Willow Estates, FEMA housing site in White City, Ore., as Lance “Duke” Davis (left), FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer, and Andrew Phelps (right), Director of Oregon Office of Emergency Management, participate in an update briefing on the Almeda Fire recovery efforts in Jackson County. Photo by FEMA 
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Oregon Office of Emergency Management Wildfire Recovery Logo: Oregon Rising - Stronger Together.                                        File: OEM RISING LOGO W SUN

Phoenix, Ore. - January 20, 2021 - Crews remove ash and debris from Bear Lakes Estates Mobile Home Park. Ensuring safe housing for the Phoenix community is a big step in the recovery process. Photo by Oregon Department of Transportation          File: 50856689283_e30ecf2b3f_o.jpg

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