Funded by The National Park Service
Panoramic Highway corridor is a steep narrow roadway that
provides access to more than 300 homes above Mill Valley,
California.This suburban neighborhood is immediately along
the wildland-urban interface overlooking Muir Woods National
project converted approximately two Acres of Monterey pine
forest into annual grassland. Trees were felled and burned.
Rice straw was spread to mitigate erosion hazards.
conversion of this two acre pine forest into grassland will
improve egress for 300 residents and several hundred tourists
in the event of a wildfire as well as improved firefighting
and apparatus ingress.