The roads are closed, and the cell towers are down. A disaster has struck West Marin—who will respond? 

Seven nonprofits in Marin are developing an independent communication system to help serve vulnerable communities when normal communication channels are unavailable. It’s a one-year pilot program, pairing resource centers with ham radio operators to relay . . .

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