A family foundation has provided a $12,000 grant to the Au Sable Institute to increase the engagement of Au Sable students with their local churches.
Au Sable welcomes Mozhgon Rajaee to the board.
Congratulations to Dave, Gene, Sarah and Helena for their elections, and, even better, their service in these new roles and all that will bring to advance Au Sable’s mission to inspire and educate people to serve, protect, and restore God’s earth.
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We are thrilled to have received a $6,000 gift from the Kalkaska chapter of the “100+ Women Who Care” organization.
We are proud to support the strong environmental science programs at our participating Christian colleges by offering research opportunities to their students and are pleased at the successful outcomes.
The recording features interviews with numerous students who were eager to share their curiosity and wonder at the natural world.
102 students from 34 colleges in the US and Canada took a combined total of 202 courses.
Thank you, Mae.
Jake Lanferman’s report from India.