Starting Fires the Right Way

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  • Eliminate Wasps Safely From Your Home

    September 9th, 2014

    Wasp intruders in the home can be a frustrating. The threat of stings is especially dangerous to individuals with wasp allergies. Many individuals experience discomfort with hearing buzzing noises within the walls or light fixtures [...]

  • How To Install A Vent In A Crawl Space

    September 5th, 2014

    The crawlspaces in older houses often lack ventilation, which can allow moisture to accumulate under your floor. This problem can cause the wood in your subfloor to warp or even rot. The following steps show [...]

  • 6 Ways Propane Is Changing The Farming B...

    August 28th, 2014

    Most people recognize propane as a common fuel for household use, used by many municipalities and individual households. However, many people don’t know about the many uses that propane has in the field of agriculture. [...]

  • Busted! 5 Solar Energy Myths Debunked

    August 13th, 2014

    Solar energy capacity has been increasing in recent years, but unfortunately, so have the myths surrounding this renewable energy source.  Solar energy seems to be an environmentally friendly and cost effective option, but sorting myths [...]

Listen to Smokey

Listen to Smokey

If you grew up in the ’90s you’ve heard Smokey the Bear’s “Only you can prevent forest fires” slogan in school or on television. See why his slogan now say “Only you can prevent wild fires” instead.

Proper Fire Care

Proper Fire Care

You have to be smart when it comes to fires, inside or outside. Any dry surface can catch quickly, and a fire can get out of control. Once a fire spreads, there’s not much you can do. Learn proper fire safety to prevent it.

Put out the Fire

Put out the Fire

Putting out a fire once you’re finished–cooking, bon fire, or camping–is the first step to keeping the environment safe. Some fires will just die out on their own, but when you have a large fire, you have to take special precautions.