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Fire Prevention Safety Tips
Careless operation of motor vehicles, shooting, industrial work and abandoned campfires cause many wildfires each year. Consider the following when working or recreating outdoors:
  • Clear a campfire site down to bare soil.
  • Build a fire ring out of rocks. Keep the fire small with no less than a ten-foot clearance around it. 
  • Build the fire away from overhanging branches, steep slopes and dry grass. 
  • Never leave a campfire unattended. Even a small breeze can cause a fire to spread rapidly. 
  • Keep a bucket of water and a shovel near the campfire.  
  • When putting a campfire out, drown it with water. Stir the fire with water and dirt until all the ashes are cold to the touch. Never leave a fire until it is out cold. 
  • Ensure your vehicle is in good operating order and clear of debris in undercarriage.
  • Do not shoot in areas of dry grass or brush with incendiary ammunition.
  • Refrain from operating hot, spark producing or open flame type tools in grass or brush and remember to keep water or fire extinguisher close.
  • Ensure off road vehicles are fitted with spark arrestor on the exhaust system.
  • Campers are also asked to be careful with cigarettes, gas lanterns, barbeques, gas stoves and anything else that can be a source of ignition for a wildfire.
  • Check for fire restrictions with your local land management agency and fire danger ratings when planning outdoor work and recreation.
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