Branching Out

Carbon-Free Week

Prof. Brett McLeod drove his horse to work, 16 miles each way, as part of a carbon-reduction assignment he did with his Intro to Natural Resources & Society class.


Welcome-Week Treks

President John W. Mills and several faculty and staff members took new students fly-fishing and hiking during Welcome Week at the beginning of the fall semester. Students hiked Baker, St. Regis and Cascade mountains, along with many others. 


Outstanding Student

The Wildlife Society's New York Chapter named Paul Smith's College senior Jenna Daub the recipient of its Outstanding Student Award. 


Adirondack Day in the Capital

New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo and numerous lawmakers were greeted by the sights, smells and sounds of the Adirondacks when they arrived at work on Adirondack Day last April. 


Attendance Nearly Doubles at Homesteading Fest

About 1,500 people came out for the Adirondack Rural Skills & Homesteading Festival this year at the Paul Smith’s College VIC, where they learned to butcher chickens, cultivate mushrooms and make their own soap.


Jim Zumbo Returns to Paul Smith's College

Jim Zumbo ’60, a former editor of Outdoor Life magazine and star of the TV show “Jim Zumbo Outdoors,” spoke at the Paul Smith’s College VIC this fall. 

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Weather Station

Paul Smith's College runs a weather station that supplies data to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The DEC monitors sulfur dioxide in the air and is part of a larger statewide network. 


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