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Connecting Communities
Protecting the River
Restoring Stream and Fish Passage

AsRA and our partners recently finished replacement of a culvert on Jay Mountain Road along Otis Brook.

Paddling River Clean-Up

Thank you to the many volunteers that helped remove over 160 tires from the Ausable River!

2015 Annual Report

Our 2015 Annual Report highlights the work we accomplished as a result of your support of the Ausable River Association.

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 working hard to protect the Ausable River.
Explore
Explore
Explore the wonderful recreational resources of the Ausable.
Stories of the Ausable
Restoring Stream and Fish Passage
Otis Brook tumbles down the northwest slope of Jay Mountain. This initial steep descent gives it an undulating step-pool form. Birch, maple, beech, and ash stick out from thickets of shrubs, and a carpet of ferns and grasses. Shaded and cool, the brook...
Discovering the Ausable: An Aquatic Stewardship Program
Discovering the Ausable: An Aquatic Stewardship Program is a partnership program between AsRA and Adirondack Mountain Club that teaches teens outdoor recreational skills, provides them hands on experiences with scientific methods, and inspires an ethic...
2015 Annual Report
Our 2015 Annual Report is fresh off the presses with a new look and expanded content. You will find a preview of the report below, but make sure to view the full report to learn how your support is having a positive impact on the Ausable River...
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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