April 17-23, 2022

Have an idea for a community service project?

Register your project below !

Looking to sign up for a service project?

Volunteer for a project using the link below!

All Volunteers participating in Earth Week Service Week get:

A free Earth Week Service Week logo T-Shirt,

Automatically entered into our Earth Week Service Week Raffle!

Prizes include hammock’s, compost buckets, and other cool stuff!


Post Service Project Photos On Social Media!

Take photos, video’s etc.. of your service project and post on instagram, snapchat, facebook, twitter..etc..

Tag #PSCEarthWeek2022  @pscsustainability 




Earth Week Service Week first began in 2014 as the “Green Apple Day of Service”. This program was organized by the Office of Student Activities (now known as the office of Student Engagement).  Paul Smith’s College canceled classes on Earth Day and students, faculty, and staff would work on community service projects, both on and off campus. Projects ranged from picking up trash along the highway, to building an outdoor natural playground at the local nature center, to planting trees. Starting in 2021 the office of Student Engagement partnered with the Center for Sustainability and this successful program was expanded to a full week of Earth Week Service Week programs!

Center for Sustainability Mission Statement 

The Center for Sustainability empowers a sustainable campus community through infrastructure planning, community and campus partnerships, experiential education, and service learning. We work to build a more resilient campus and community by protecting natural ecosystems, creating economic prosperity and promoting social equity.

Joan Weill Student Center 101
(518) 327-6054

Register Your Earth Week Community Service Project Here!

 Click HERE to Register Your Earth Week Service Week Project




Sign up to volunteer for service projects using the link below, feel free to sign up for more than one! 

Click HERE to Volunteer for a Service Project!


2022 Earth Week Service Week Projects (List will be updated daily so check back!)

  • Community Garden Workday, Tuesday April 19th, 1pm to 4pm, *Meet at the Student Center at 1pm to walk over. Project Leader: SUS350 Sustainable Food Systems- Danielle Knight (main contact) dknight@paulsmiths.edu
  • Shoreline Restoration Project, Saturday April 23rd @9pm, Shoreline Next to Student Center. Project Leader: Katherine Hemsley khemsley@paulsmiths.edu
  • Highway Clean Up TBD, Office of Student Engagement

      Earth Week Events 

4/19 North Country Rights of Nature Talk- Video from the Rights of Nature Symposium: Indigenous knowledge holders discussing the rights of nature in the North Country. 5:30pm Pine Room, Student Center. https://nocoenvironment.org/rights-of-nature
4/19 Changing Climates in Virtual Worlds- Experience How Climate Change can Impact the Adirondacks though Virtual Reality with Stephanie Tyski , 5:30pm to 7:30pm St. Regis Lounge, Student Center 
4/20 Sustainability Grant Recognition Celebration!! Student Center, 12:20 to 1:20pm. STOP BY and Learn MORE about this semesters Sustainability Grant Projects!
4/22 Sustainability Day Conference & Speaker Robin Wall Kimmerer @ St. Lawrence University. Van Leaves from the PSC Post Office at 11:30am – Sign up at the Center for Sustainability. https://sites.google.com/clarkson.edu/sustainabilityday/
4/22 Come Celebrate Earth Day with a Walk In The VIC, 3:45pm Out front of the VIC Main Building- Walk Begins at 4pm. Contact: David Anguzza danguzza@paulsmiths.edu 
4/23 SAMFest  @ the PSC VIC 11AM-3PM , Theme: “The Healing Wilderness”, Presenters include (but not limited to): Dan Berggren – music, Craig Milewski – poetry, Saikat Chakrobarty- poetry and photography, Mark Kurtz – photography, Helen Demong – Healing Connections/music, Dan Duggan and Peggy Lynn- Music, Lee Ann Sporn – Visual Arts, Glenn McClure – Antarctic Arts and Music

Have an event? Email us the details at sustainability@paulsmiths.edu and we’ll post it on the website!