It was one of the most challenging fire seasons on record in B.C.
But the province says crews responding to more than 1,800 fires were able to keep most of them small.
Those fires burned more than 300,000 hectares of land.
More than 2,570 were human-caused and therefore, preventable.
Fighting all those fires cost nearly $270 million.
The number of fires responded to in 2015, and the area burned, was well above average compared to the last 10 years.
Additional personnel came from across Canada as well as Australia, South Africa and the United States to help douse the flames.