Climate change is altering the physical and social landscapes of California. It’s making the state’s wildfire season more intense, longer, and more damaging. Within this destruction many residents are exploring new ways to adapt to what’s become a new normal. They’re reevaluating their relationship to the land, fortifying their homes, and are building more resilient communities. Four years after the Redwood Valley Fire devastated their family ranch, the Monroes reflect on their heritage in Mendocino County and begin to rebuild. Read more about their story here.