Boise 6th Grader Creates Wildfire Prevention Device
A 6th grader in Boise could have the answer to wildfire prevention. It's an idea of his that could change the way we deal with fire season altogether.
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Kai Hatten is a 6th grader at White Pine Elementary School. He is gaining national attention after winning a local science competition and then placing first in a competition in Washington D.C.
The fire prevention device is a fire resistant tube with four sensors that wraps around a campfire. When the heat detectors (sensors) go off, it will activate a circuit and extinguisher that will spray out through the tub and extinguish the fire.
We are already huge fans of Kai. Way to go!