RAIN Fire works with companies, governments, nonprofits, and other organizations to address the complex challenges associated with firefighting. Our partners allow us to support, prevent, and effectively fight fires to protect and build stronger communities.
"Lincoln County is nestled near the southwest corner of Wyoming. Created in 1911, it emerged from land previously encompassed by Uinta County, which was one of the five original counties of the state. In 1921, Lincoln County was divided, when Sublette and Teton counties were created out of its territory. Named for the nation’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, this county borders Utah and Idaho."