Read about Colin’s IMBY experience here! You’ll learn about what he’s proud of, what song reflects his IMBY summer, and what he will remember moving forward!
Check-in with Eliana to read about her second summer with IMBY and why ‘growth’ was her word to describe her IMBY experience this summer.
Click here to read why ‘fascinating’ was Marianne’s word of choice to describe her second summer as an IMBY Intern!
Olivia reflects on her ability to keep a good schedule as well as her love for national parks! Click to read more!
Queue ‘Sweet Caroline’ as we gear up to read about highlights from Raquel’s second IMBY summer!
From his amazing John Muir poster that could be in any National Park Service gift shop to spending time with his IMBY Mentors, Vinay reflects on what he learned this summer!
John Muir lived in a time before national parks existed. His mission was to let everyone experience nature for themselves. I chose John Muir’s National Historic Site because I was interested in his work and inspired by how he convinced the U.S government to create the first national parks in the country.
Read ‘The Night’ written by In My Backyard Intern, Raquel who was inspired by LGBT culture.
For my art project, I decided to make a sticker for the Harriet Tubman National Historic Park. The purpose of this park is to tell Harriet’s story and all she did for slaves and her community.
The NPS Site I chose was Apostle Islands – a group of islands in Wisconsin. I chose this site because I loved the scenery at first sight, and after I researched the location some more, I discovered all the interesting stories that these islands have to tell.