West Marin is sheltered in many ways, but it was not immune to the upheavals of 2020: the social and economic impacts of the pandemic, the consequences of climate change, and the political turmoil that swept the nation.

Covid-19 cases stayed relatively low on the coast thanks to regional public health orders, but the most vulnerable . . .

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