Fire Building

The ability to start a fire can make the difference between living and dying. Fire can fulfill many needs. It can provide warmth and comfort. It not only cooks and preserves food; it also provides warmth in the form of heated food that saves calories our body normally uses to produce body heat. You can use fire to purify water, sterilize bandages, signal for rescue, and provide protection from animals. It can be a psychological boost by providing peace of mind and companionship.Fire building is one of the primary skills Scouts need to master. Fire building is used in various aspects of the Scouting program and it is important that Scouts know how to build a proper fire for the proper purpose.

Boys’ Life Fire Making
Fire Building
Fire Craft (online)
Fire Lighting
Fire Without Matches
Fireman Chit course
Flint and Steel Fire Making
Low Impact Fire Building
Primitive Cook Fires
Safe Fire Building