Fall Outdoor Education Internship Open

Fall Outdoor Education Internship Open

This is a GREAT opportunity to get experience (or boost your previous experience) in curriculum and program planning, outdoor group management, outdoor education, sustainability, all while working with a small but might team of committed, passionate, smart (and fun)...

Sponsorship Open for MITW 2019

By becoming a sponsor of MITW 2019 you not only bring attention to your organization, you are also choosing to support Imago’s myriad of programs and events. Becoming a sponsor is really easy and yet it makes a great difference in the success of the event and...
Bike Like a Pro

Bike Like a Pro

May is Bike Month and earlier this month Imago hosted a Basic Bike Repair and Safety Workshop with our friend Doug from REI. He gave us a lot of good info so if you weren’t able to attend the workshop or just need a refresher, we’ve put together a little guide to help...
This May, go eat some honeysuckle

This May, go eat some honeysuckle

If you live in Southwest Ohio, you’ve probably met honeysuckle. Even if you didn’t know it, you could likely go out your door right now and see it, it’s that ubiquitous. Honeysuckles are a group of plants that mostly come from Europe and Asia (though there are some...
Fall Outdoor Education Internship Open

Searching For Salamanders

I am asking 15 elementary students to sit still for ten minutes. After school. Outside on a beautiful spring day. This is about the limit for our 2nd – 4th grade Outdoor Explorers. During those ten (seemingly unending) minutes, I went over some basics about our...
Native Bees: What’s All the Buzz About?

Native Bees: What’s All the Buzz About?

For the past few years, “save the bees!” has been a common phrase in sustainability circles. If you’re like me, when you think of a bee, you picture a honeybee. You may be surprised to learn that Western honeybees, the ones most commonly found in the U.S. aren’t...
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