OROVILLE, Calif. - It's been several months since the Camp Fire ripped through Butte County and one woman is working to bring homes back to survivors.
Alyssa Nolan, from Oroville, teamed up with other members of the community to build tiny houses for survivors.
Nolan founded the non-profit organization, "Tiny Homes for Camp Fire Survivors" shortly after the fire.
She says they are in need for more volunteers. You can CLICK HERE.
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