The Au Sable Institute is seeking course proposals from interested faculty and professionals to develop and teach a 4-credit course in their area of expertise for the Institute
Au Sable Institute has been awarded $22,000 from the Worthington Family Foundation in support of the Restoration Ecology for Young Students (REYS) program.
Three students from The Master's University discuss their time at Au Sable, how they first got interested in environmental science, and why Christians should care about parasites in Ovenbird nests.
Get active this July 4th weekend by participating in the 2019 Au Sable Butterfly Day 5k Run/Walk around Big Twin Lake! The race starts at 9:00 AM on Saturday, July 6th
If your life has been impacted by Harold, we ask you to consider sharing a note or letter to express appreciation to Harold and his life of service.
The 2018 Annual Report will give you a clear picture of all you are accomplishing, the reason to hope for even great things ahead, and the ways you can support them.
“Today, now more than ever, environmental efforts require biblical stewardship principals. The various environmental crises we find ourselves in cannot be cured by science alone.”
Caroline McKissick, the 2019 recipient of the Fellowship, is completing her senior year at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia.
Dave Rowley’s life is already a great story that will become deeper and richer in its narrative of vocation in creation care as Dave continues his work.
In Aquatic Biology, Dan provides students with the fruits of decades of teaching and research experience, directly investigating aquatic plants and animals in the field, along with their adaptations to the aquatic environment and the ecological systems in which they function.