The project performed emergency tree removal and pruning on US Highway 101 between post miles (PM) 81.0 and 82.5 in Humboldt County. The project was to prevent damage and maintain service essential to public health, safety, and welfare. Work included removal of approximately 38 trees and pruning of 190 trees. Tree disposal included donating logs and large diameter branches to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Senior Wood Program and chipping and hauling smaller diameter limbs and branches to Fairhaven Power Plant.Unsalvageable wood debris were ground for disposal at Steve Morris Logging. Staging occurred in and on the paved shoulders and lanes of Highway 101 and at the paved yard of the Braynard Mill. All work occurred within the State right of way and utilized bucket trucks, woodchippers, chain saws, dump trucks, an excavator for loading logs, skidsteer loader, motorized sweepers, an impact attenuator truck, pickups and cone trucks. The project did not include any ground disturbance. An Emergency Waiver was received from the California Coastal Commission on 2/14/2020. Biological and Visual assessments were completed.