An Early Look at How the North Bay Fires Have Affected Undeveloped Land

Bay Nature

A picture is emerging of where the North Bay fires burned: It’s a landscape of homes, farms and undeveloped lands with a range of habitats, including chaparral, grasslands, mixed woodlands and streams.

Data released by the Bay Area Open Space Council this week detail the acreage of land burned in Sonoma, Napa and Solano counties. According to the data, the fires passed over 75,000-acres of farmland in the two counties, with almost 4,000 of those acres supporting important agricultural crops, such as orchards and vineyards.

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