Make sure your campfire is Dead Out every time.

Before you head out on your next adventure be sure:

  1. Your towing chains are not dragging
  2. Nothing is dragging from your vehicle
  3. Your vehicle is properly maintained
  4. Your wheels are in good condition with accurate tire pressure

Everyone needs to put out every campfire every time, make it a habit. Before you leave your campfire:

  1. Drown the fire with water
  2. Stir it
  3. Drown it again
  4. Feel it to make sure it is cool to touch

Location, location, location. 

Not only is location important in the business world but it is also very important when it comes to campfires.

Check out this video to see how location can impact your campfire.

During the fall hunting season warming fires can make a morning hunt much more comfortable, but there are some important things to consider before lighting that fire. 

Watch this video to find out what items are important


Check out these videos to make sure you do your part in preventing wildfires!

When building a campfire or bonfire:

  1. Be sure the area is clear of grass, twigs, leaves and bushes
  2. Check for overhanging branches
  3. Keep the fire small and manageable

We have all heard that fires need to be cold to the touch before we leave them unattended. 

Here are a few tips on making sure your campfire is cold to the touch.

Can I have a campfire or do I need to use a stove?

This video will show the next big decision to be made when choosing the placement of your fire. 

Clearance is important to keep your campfire from starting a wildfire.