Contribute to our educational curriculum and teach classes for schools and scouting troops
The iMIS Foundation’s educational working group meets at our national
conference once a year and sets goals for what areas of conservation and
preservation education we want to focus on for the next year. We
develop classroom curriculum, pamphlets, interactive guides, and other
teaching materials focusing on the year’s theme. This year, the focus is
on wetlands preservation.
You can also sign up to teach classes and make presentations to
groups and schools in your community using our educational materials.
Help promote a passion for preserving our natural world and have a great
time doing it!
Want to hold a rally for environmental concerns in your area? Network
with other like-minded iMIS Foundation supporters to coordinate one.
Want to know which local legislator to contact for your state, province,
or district? We can help you. Are you an attorney who wants to
volunteer your time with the iMIS Foundation in our preservation
litigation efforts? Let us know! We are looking for attorneys with all
kinds of legal backgrounds from civil to criminal to help with briefs,
motions, and other aspects of litigation relating to stopping the
unnecessary destruction of habitats.
Join a local chapter
With over 25,000 members worldwide, chances are we are taking action
to preserve the environment in your community, too. Most major cities
have a chapter of our conservation club, and membership gives you
access to lectures, lunches, and other special events for members only
as well as discounts on admission to conferences and items from our