The Pulaski is a wild land firefighting tool pioneered by Ed Pulaski In the year of 1910. A combination of a hand tool with a mattock for digging on one side and an axe for cutting on the other. This tool is frequently used to dislodge hardened sediment, uproot buried tree roots, and assist in the installation of Log Erosion Barriers. All pulaskis are purchased at $34.32 each.

Our Goal is to purchase 10 pulaskis for a total of $360.00.