Fire Prevention I (Book Three, Card 35)

Fire prevention in forests is ultimately vital since it considerably aids in the prompt discovery of hot patches, the localization of ignition sources, and the mitigation of losses caused by wildfires, among other things. Conservation of our forest resources and planning for the replacement of those trees required by the logging industry is a job of paramount importance to all of us, and we must work together to do it.

Native Americans treated the wood ash in a metal bucket and soaked it with water before dumping. They kept building a fire outside until they were completely safe and died. They made their camp a safe fire zone. Clean at least 30 feet of flame-retardant vegetation and waste around the house and any outbuildings