Fighting Fires, Challenging Norms: Meet the Women of Wildland Firefighting
In 2017, more than 1.1 million firefighters fought some of the most destructive fires in American history. Less than 10 percent of those firefighters were women. This is their story.
Better Bonfire? Leave Out The Smoke
Backyard bonfires are awesome. Smoke? Not so much. The Solo Stove Bonfire gives lots of heat, with a whole lot less fumes.
Firewaall Makes ‘Curtain Of Fire’ To Heat Camp
Start the fire with tinder in the bottom, add some larger sticks, and enjoy a vertical blaze.
Wildfire App ‘Tells You What Firefighters Know’
With record droughts becoming the norm, wildfires have become a persistent threat. One ex-firefighter helped develop a new tool to keep you safe.
Which Tool Should I Choose To Cut Wood?
Building a campfire? We review the pros and cons of the best wood cutting tools out there: hatchets, axes, handsaws, knives, and more.
Fire-Starter Face Off: Lighters, Matches, Ferro Rods
What’s the best tool for starting a fire? In this burning face-off, we give 10 different fire-starting devices a grade from D- to ‘Hot Damn!’
Instant Fire, Just Pull String
Pull the string, and get ready for a fairly exciting fire-starting experience.
Cheap Fire-Starting Kit To Make At Home
You can build this simple kit for just a few bucks, and it has all you need to start a fire.
How To Build ‘Stealthy’ Fire In Hole In Ground
Mix up your campfire with a ‘Dakota fire hole.’