BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - A Concow woman and her daughter, who lost their home in the Camp Fire, are getting a new start with an off-the-grid tiny home.
Salinas reached out to Nolan and told her that she and her daughter, River, were homeless and wanted to move back to their home in Concow.
"I'm speechless," Salinas said. "I'm just so excited. It's really taking everything inside of me to not start crying."
Nolan's tiny homes project is a grassroots effort to build housing for victims of the Camp Fire. The building site is at 1790 Montgomery Street in Oroville.
She encourages anyone that wants to volunteer, or donate, to reach out to her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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