Case Study: The Hampline

by ioby
October 22, 2014

The Hampline is one of ioby’s favorite campaigns for a lot of reasons. It’s not only because the Hampline was ioby’s first campaign in Memphis, ioby’s first campaign to raise funds for hard infrastructure, and ioby’s highest grossing campaign to date. The project is to us a brilliant collaboration, blending commercial revitalization, placemaking, cycling infrastructure […]

Getting Good Done Miami

by ioby
January 31, 2014

The January 30 Getting Good Done Miami conversation at the Miami Green Lab was an exciting event. More than 60 of you came out on a rainy night to share practical skills and challenges in doing positive community-based work in Miami. A full podcast from the event will be available soon. Until then, you can […]

ioby’s 2013 Giving Report

by ioby
January 16, 2014

Hot off the presses! Literally. We went old school this year and printed full size, 10.5″ x 18.5″ posters of our Giving Report for you to add some inspiration to your home or office decor. If you can’t wait for a paper copy to arrive at your house, you can check out the online version […]

ioby Leader Guide to Getting Business Bucks

by ioby
July 31, 2013
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Today we are happy to release the first in a series of ioby Leader Guides. This series will provide best practices, tips and tools for overcoming common challenges for citizen and community led neighborhood projects. The ioby Leader Guide to Getting Business Bucks is a easy 10-step guide for ioby Leaders who want to attract […]

How to Build a Rain Barrel

by ioby
July 26, 2012

This is the second in our online video series portion of Recipes for Change, our online and hard copy toolkit designed for urban environmental leaders to share their knowledge and expertise with others. ioby’s platform is designed to be a place for community-driven, community-funded environmental projects as well as for knowledge sharing. We hope you […]

Recipes for Change: The Trees of Evelyn’s Playground

by ioby
June 22, 2012

The Fifth and Final Installment of this Week’s #RecipesForChange Blog Series: “The Trees of Five Playgrounds, from Union Square to TriBeCa” Come back each day this week for more from this week’s guest blogger, Georgia Silvera Seamans at Local Ecologist! About this blog series: E.F. Schumacher, the British economist famous for coining the phrase “Small is Beautiful” told […]

Recipes for Change: Trees of the Playground at Pier 25

by ioby

The Fourth Installment of this Week’s #RecipesForChange Blog Series: “The Trees of Five Playgrounds, from Union Square to TriBeCa” Come back each day this week for more from this week’s guest blogger, Georgia Silvera Seamans at Local Ecologist! About this blog series: E.F. Schumacher, the British economist famous for coining the phrase “Small is Beautiful” told us to […]

Recipes for Change: The Trees of Minetta Playground

by ioby
June 20, 2012

The Third Installment of this Week’s #RecipesForChange Blog Series: “The Trees of Five Playgrounds, from Union Square to TriBeCa” Come back each day this week for more from this week’s guest blogger, Georgia Silvera Seamans at Local Ecologist! About this blog series: E.F. Schumacher, the British economist famous for coining the phrase “Small is Beautiful” told us to […]

Recipes for Change: The Trees of the Playground of the Americas

by ioby
June 19, 2012

The Second Installment of this Week’s #RecipesForChange Blog Series: “The Trees of Five Playgrounds, from Union Square to TriBeCa” Come back each day this week for more from this week’s guest blogger, Georgia Silvera Seamans at Local Ecologist! About this blog series: E.F. Schumacher, the British economist famous for coining the phrase “Small is Beautiful” told us to […]