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As a volunteer Wilderness Ranger, I carry these in my backpack while patrolling the trails. I had them out to the kids I meet along with information about Smokey and how they can help prevent wildfires. They always love receiving them and learn about Smokey Bear at the same time! Plus, it's not something they will drop on the trail.