43 CFR 9212.1 - Prohibited acts.

§ 9212.1 Prohibited acts.
Unless permitted in writing by the authorized officer, it is prohibited on the public lands to:
(a) Cause a fire, other than a campfire, or the industrial flaring of gas, to be ignited by any source;
(b) Fire a tracer or incendiary device;
(c) Burn, timber, trees, slash, brush, tundra or grass except as used in campfires;
(d) Leave a fire without extinguishing it, except to report it if it has spread beyond control;
(e) Build, attend, maintain or use a campfire without removing all flammable material from around the campfire adequate to prevent its escape;
(f) Resist or interfere with the efforts of firefighter(s) to extinguish a fire;
(g) Enter an area which is closed by a fire prevention order, or
(h) perform any act restricted by a fire prevention order.

Title 43 published on 2014-10-01

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