On Nov. 8, 2018, the Northern California town of Paradise saw the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history. The blaze burned more than 150,000 acres in 17 days.
One year ago, Mustang News photographer visited Paradise. He returned to the same sites one year later to document the progress as the town attempts to rebuild.
November 2018: Nine months after the fire, CalRecycle removed more than 3.66 million tons of debris. Connor Frost | Mustang News
November 2018: Almost 19,000 businesses, homes, and structures were destroyed in the blaze. Connor Frost | Mustang News
November 2019: State and federal agencies have removed more than 200,000 acres of trees around California to reduce fuel for future fires. Connor Frost | Mustang News