4801 Feather River Blvd.
Oroville, CA 95965
Summer camping season is upon us. Campgrounds are filling up with families from around the country traveling to remote corners of the country and spending time outdoors. Nothing is better for rejuvenating the soul then some summer camping and a nice evening campfire. In todays world with the spread of the Pine Bark Beetle and the Emerald Ash Borer campers are being urged to leave firewood at home to prevent the spread of noxious pests as well as Noxious weeds into our national forests.
We just had the opportunity to test out a new manufactured log and we were quite impressed with the overall results. Clean Flame creators created their manufactured logs out of recycled material providing safe family-friendly heating and cooking products that help the environment and provide safe campfires that leave as little effect on the environment as possible. Clean flame logs are produced using 100% recycled corrugated box material that they acquire through partners that use these boxes first to ship perishable produce and relieve overburdened landfills.
What matters to campers most is that these logs start extremely easy and burn for up to 3 hours off of a single log. Each case provides 6 logs and they are clean enough to cook over and need little tending and produce less smoke making campground hosts happy.
California State Parks recently created a partnership with Clean Flame and will begin selling these logs under the name Campfire Log at state park concessions this year. Clean Flame worked with the State of California last year in a pilot program and this year they are rolling out the logs throughout the state. Kory Hamman, CEO of Clean Flame has pledged the company to a $300,000 donation to state parks creating a win/win/win partnership that is good for parks, good for the company and most importantly good for campers.
We used the Clean Flame log this year indoors and it worked extremely well in the fireplace and I am looking forward to getting outdoors this summer camping with my kids and we will be using these logs to cook hot dogs and marshmallows as we tell ghost stories around the fire ring.
Check out the Clean Flame website and use the store locator to find these logs at your local retailer.