Short TED-style presentations by students, researchers, and educators on Adirondack climate-related topics including trout and alpine habitats, flooding of roads and towns, climate-friendly food, and ways to enlist faith traditions and the arts in science communication.See 2014 photos on Highlights page.
A wide range of displays and activities by painters and other folk and visual artists from the North Country, focusing on the land, people, and climate of the Adirondacks, Organized by Paul Smith's College and Saranac Lake artists.
It's maple season! The VIC sugar shack will boil syrup and make maple cotton candy. And Paul Smith's College chefs and students will provide tasty and sustainable sustenance for sale!
U.S. Forest Service filmmaker Ann Dunsky will introduce this powerful documentary on land stewardship in the San Francisco Bay area. Link to web page here.
ADMISSION: $5 (PSC community and friends of the VIC free)
North Country musicians Peggy Lynn, Dan Berggren, Celia Evans, and Jamie Savage perform between TED-axe talks, focusing on the land, people, and climate of the Adirondacks. See Highlights page for photos from SAM Fest 2014.