SIG is working with Panorama Environmental to develop a Wildland Fire Resiliency Program for the MidPeninsula Regional Open Space District  (MROSD). This program covers over 60,000 acres of preserve wildlands located in Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz counties which are managed by MROSD. The program identifies the areas where new fuel reduction zones should be constructed based on numerous factors. The program also includes the detailed fuel treatments needed, including costs and a 5- year plan. The program additionally includes a prescribed fire plan, a monitoring plan, and preparation of pre-fire planning and resource advisor maps. These maps help identify ingress/egress routes, emergency access, communications infrastructure, and other factors that can potentially be used to manage and recover from a wildfire event. Current information about the Program can be found here