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The Ausable River Association (AsRA) is a community-supported organization that formed as a result of the first watershed-wide scientific study of the Ausable River, conducted in 1994 by the National Park Service. Since 1998, AsRA has been working cooperatively with landowners, municipalities, and government agencies to conserve the valued resources of the Ausable watershed. Originally, AsRA comprised representatives from each of the seven watershed towns and its work was largely funded by county and state agencies. AsRA has since evolved into a non-profit organization of concerned citizens who live, work, and play in the watershed. It is supported primarily by public and private project-based grants and by private donations from members and supporters.

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.
Programs
Programs
AsRA is working hard to protect the Ausable River.
Stories
Stories
Read the latest stories about the Ausable River.
Threats
Threats
The Ausable River is a river on the edge.
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