Please join us for an exploration of youth visions for solving our climate crisis! This high tech virtual conference provides a place to listen, learn and add to the discussion. Sessions run Tuesday afternoon and very early Weds. morning to accomodate an international attendees. This is a great opportunity to also interface with companies such as National … Continue reading Clarkson Featured as Only University in National Grid’s Global Youth Engineering for Climate Change Conference
Move–In Trash Guide: There are different dumpsters, please separate RECYCLE LANDFILL *Please break down boxes! Most things can be recycled at Clarkson including cardboard, paper products, hard plastics, and metals. Styrofoam and soft plastics (bags and wrappers) are sent to the landfill.
Our Clarkson vegetable garden continues to grow and produce. Please join us Weds noon-1pm at the garden (Cheel back door) to volunteer and take home some produce. Tasks this week include weeding, harvesting and spreading leaves for mulch. You are welcome to join us whether you are an expert or want to learn! If you are … Continue reading Garden Time – Weds 12-1pm
The raspberries are ripe! Please join us for a garden work party Wednesday noon-1pm (behind Cheel arena). We have weeding and harvesting work to do, including picking some raspberries, herbs or zuchinni fo you to take home. Some of the harvest is also delivered to the Potsdam Neighborhood center. Interested but not available at this … Continue reading Join us in the Clarkson Veggie Garden
Join us at the Vegetable Garden at the back of Cheel Wednesday noon-1pm. Weeding and harvesting chores need some volunteer help from our broader campus community. No experience required! It is a great way to learn some gardening skills and where your food comes from. Bring a bag to take home some lettuce, herbs or maybe even … Continue reading Join Us for Work and Harvest in the CU Veggie Garden
The Institute for a Sustainable Environment needs your help! This summer the ISE is working on many Sustainability Fund Projects, one of these projects is creating a trail map for Clarkson Universities 7-Springs. If you are a mountain biker and/or know the mountain bike trails or other trails over at 7-Springs and would be willing to volunteer … Continue reading 7 Springs Mountain Bike Trail Mapping
Our “rain” date for this workshop is next week on Thursday from 1-3pm meeting at the boat house on the Munter Trail. Peter Zimmer, a biologist who works for NYS Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation office in the Thousand Islands, will show us various invasive species, explain mitigation strategies, and lead a workshop actively removing … Continue reading Invasive Buckthorn Removal Workshop Cancelled for Today
Thursday, April 22nd1pm – 2:30pmMeet by the Munter Boat House The ISE recently mapped out several invasive species on campus. These included knotweed, phragmytes, and buckthorn. These plants are not intended for our region. They are rapidly spreading and out-competing our native North Country vegetation. The price and energy required for removing invasive species can … Continue reading Invasive Buckthorn Removal – Volunteers Wanted