Native Planting Webinar
February 15, 2023
Join Carrianne and Liz from Ausable River Association and Steve Langdon from Borealis Consulting at 11am on February 15th to learn about our research on native plants and grasses along the Ausable River corridor. We’ll provide an overview of this exciting work as well as information about our six curated native seed mixes for various habitats along the river. To register for this webinar via zoom, click the link. Sign Me Up!
Earth Month Ausable River Cleanup
April 23, 2022
Thanks for joining us Saturday, April 23 as we partnered with the Rotary Club of the Au Sable Valley, Rotary Club of Lake Placid, One Tree Planted, Trout Unlimited, and Adirondack Riverwalking to clean up the roadside along the West Branch, East Branch, and Main Stem Ausable River. Click here for more information.
Guided Watershed Tours
May - December, 2022
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our 2022 Guided Watershed Tours! We will announce more guided hikes, paddling trips, and more soon.
Ride for the River
July 15 & 16, 2023
For over a decade, Ride for the River has been a breathtaking and fun ride along the Ausable River that is not to be missed! This fun, family-friendly fundraising event celebrates the Ausable River and the communities surrounding it. All proceeds directly support the work of the Ausable River Association (AsRA) to protect the clean waters, healthy streams, biodiverse habitats, and scenic beauty of the Ausable River watershed. Click here for more information.
Ausable River Cleanup
September 16, 2022
Thanks for joining us and our partners Adirondack River Rentals, Casella Waste Systems, and One Tree Planted for a paddling river cleanup! This great opportunity allowed us to give back to the river and our community by removing trash that has built up over the past year. The cleanup took place in Peru on Carpenter's Flats between Route 9 and the railroad bridge downstream. Click here to learn more, and we'll see you next year!
September 28, 2022
Thanks for joining the Ausable River Association's staff and board for an evening of fine dining and camaraderie at The Hungry Trout Resort in Wilmington, NY to benefit the Ausable River Association. Guest speaker Curt Stager, author and professor of natural sciences, spoke about climate change in an Adirondack context. Click here to learn more, and we hope to see you next year!