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Protecting the River
Cyclists Nancie Battaglia

Sunday, July 21st at the Hungry Trout Resort

Come celebrate the Ausable River!

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

August 15th

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a collection of films from the annual festival held the third week of January in Nevada City, CA which is now in its 17th year! Wild & Scenic focuses on films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet.

Mirror Lake NY Livestream
Mirror Lake Livestream

View a livestream of Mirror Lake. Sponsored by the Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort.

Rome Dam After Dam Removal

After years of effort, the 125-year-old dam on the lower West Branch Ausable River has been demolished.

Our mission — is to help communities protect our streams and lakes.
Caring for the Ausable
Caring for the Ausable
A practical guide for making a difference at home and at work
Mirror Lake
Mirror Lake
Mirror Lake is the most threatened lake in the Ausable watershed
AsRA Apparel
AsRA Apparel
Purchase Ausable River Association apparel with original designs highlighting features of the Ausable River watershed.
Stories of the Ausable
River Tour Hike to Owen and Copperas Ponds
As part of a series of educational river tours and hikes, AsRA’s staff led members of the community on a hike of Owen and Copperas Ponds last Wednesday.
How are bathymetric maps made?
Bathymetry is the measure of depth of water in ocean, seas, and lakes. Maps of these depths are referred to as bathymetric maps. They are important tools for navigation, fishing, and scientific studies. So how are these maps made?
5 Techniques To ID Aquatic Plants
AsRA's River Steward, Liz Kamb, is raising awareness about environmentally and economically harmful invasive species among residents of and visitors to the Ausable watershed. You can help her conduct visual surveys of the Ausable River by looking out for aquatic invasive species throughout the summer. Read on to learn about five key anatomical features that will help you know the characteristics to watch out for when identifying invasive plants. With many more eyes on the lookout, concerned citizens can make a big difference in the identification and eradication of new aquatic invasive plant populations.
Ausable River Association (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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