IGN is launching a new series of DIY projects in an effort to encourage creativity and to support local businesses and organizations.
In addition to creating products, the series will highlight community projects, like an urban agriculture project in the Philippines, a food stamp program in Georgia, and a DIY project in Texas.
These projects will also be shared on IGN’s YouTube channel, as well as on IGN and other platforms.
The series will feature a mix of local projects and products, and will highlight how the DIY community can get involved in making a difference in the world.
“This is a great opportunity for us to give back to our community, because we see so many of you as individuals that have given your time, money, and hard work to make this happen,” said IGN President and CEO Vince Zampella in a statement.
“We’re going to give it our all, and show you how we’re helping our community and our planet thrive.
We’re excited to see how these projects turn out.”
In the future, IGN will also support and support local farmers through a program called The Farm, which will allow them to grow their own food, and to participate in the IGN Farming Challenge.
The program will also provide cash incentives to local farmers.
“We’ve had incredible success in helping people start businesses and grow their businesses,” said Zampellas.
“In order to make a real difference, we have to help others do the same.”
The series also includes products for consumers that can help with the food insecurity that can plague millions of people worldwide.
In fact, Zampels statement said, “The products we’ll be showcasing in the series are the products of people like you.”
For example, the “Citizen’s Garden” set will be made of organic vegetables, compost, and wood.
And the “Walking with Cattle” set is made of recycled cardboard.
IGN will be posting updates as the series continues.
The IGN Farming series is also aimed at helping businesses to grow and survive in the face of a changing climate, said Zampellella.
“As consumers and consumers of products and services, we are all responsible for ensuring the planet is not destroyed,” he said.
“That is why I am so excited to be collaborating with these amazing local businesses who have taken on this challenge and are now helping the world survive by creating products that help us stay alive and thrive.”
The IGN Farm series will launch on IGN next week, April 15.
IGN is also running a series of contests for food, water, and shelter that are also open to the public.