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Workers In California Wine Country Eager To Return After Wildfires03:01
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The wildfires in Northern California have hit Sonoma County hard, with an estimated $3 billion in damage for that county alone. About one-third of the local economy there is related to agriculture. Some wineries and vineyards are damaged, while others have suspended operations.

But people are now eager to get back to business — especially seasonal workers who typically don't get paid when they're not working. KQED's Farida Jhabvala Romero (@FaridaJhabvala) reports.

This segment aired on October 19, 2017.

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