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LRF in the News


The Healdsburg Tribune

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and the California Fire Foundation announced three groups in Sonoma County will receive a total of more than $30,000 as part of the 2019 Wildfire ...READ MORE


The Wine Industry Network

Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore in attendance for check presentation to honor Sonoma County Vintners Foundation community partnership ...READ MORE


Larkfield Rising

The Windsor Times

Fund for flora — On Feb. 15, the Sonoma Vintner’s Association gave a check for $25,000 to the Larkfield Resilience Fund, to help the greening project that will replace the oak, redwood and  ...READ MORE


New Larkfield nonprofit formed to help community recover one year after Tubbs fire

The Press Democrat

Larkfield fire survivors have launched a new nonprofit to help them recover and improve their community one year after the Tubbs fire destroyed hundreds of homes in the unincorporated area just  ...READ MORE


Fund For Rebuilding Larkfield Announced On Tubbs Fire Anniversary

SF Gate

On today's first anniversary of the 36,870-acre Tubbs Fire that destroyed more than 500 homes in Larkfield north of Santa Rosa, residents announced the creation of the non-profit Larkfield  ...READ MORE


Larkfield fire survivors recognize Tubbs Fire anniversary with launch of resilience fund

The Windsor Times

On the one-year anniversary of the Tubbs Fire, fire survivors from the Larkfield area, located north of Santa Rosa in unincorporated Sonoma County, announced the creation of the Larkfield  ...READ MORE


INTERVIEW: The Larkfield Resilience Fund Is Seeking To Help Rebuild The Region


Creator and Board Member of the Larkfield Resilience Fund, Christine Ratliff, describes how the organization began, where they stand on their application to become a non-profit so they   ...READ MORE

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