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Protecting the River
Marcy Dam

Marcy Dam at the end of phase one of the removal.

Roaring Brook Falls

Roaring Brook Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in the Ausable River watershed. There are trails leading to its base and to the top of the falls, making it a great place to explore.

Rethinking Culverts
Rethinking Culverts

See why fish-friendly, climate-resilient structures are important to our future and how partnerships are the key to making them a reality.

Our mission — is to identify, conserve, and restore the Ausable River watershed's natural and recreational resources for their ecological value and the benefit of human communities.
Threats
Threats
The Ausable River is a river on the edge.
Programs
Programs
AsRA is hard at work to protect the Ausable River.
Explore
Explore
Explore the wonderful recreational resources of the Ausable.
Stories of the Ausable
Five Watershed-Friendly Snow Removal Tips
These five easy tips will help you be a good watershed steward while dealing with snow and ice removal.
Brook Trout Study Identifies Top Climate Change Pressure Factor
Results from a 15-year study of factors affecting population levels of Eastern brook trout in the face of climate change show that high summer air temperatures have a large influence, in particular on the smallest fry and eggs, which are most important to wild trout abundance in streams.
Tourists Come for the Outdoors, Protect It!
The 2014 Leisure Travel Study conducted by the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) shows the importance of a healthy environment to the regional economy.
Membership
AsRA depends upon the generosity of people like you who love this beautiful resource to fund educational and restoration projects that focus on the Ausable River.
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