To preserve, protect, and enhance the Au Sable River watershed’s great natural endowments of wilderness scenery, unpolluted cold-water, and stable forest habitat for the enjoyment of future generations.
The Au Sable River Property Owners’ Association is an incorporated, non-profit, voluntary organization of Michigan's upper Au Sable River riparian owners, as well as others, who are interested in the protection of the watershed's natural resources. The upper Au Sable River begins where Bradford Creek and Kolka Creek join and runs down stream to the Mio Dam. It includes the Au Sable's Mainstream, North Branch, East Branch, South Branch, both Big Creeks and all tributaries.
Please welcome Julie Gibbs to the ARPOA Board of Directors!
Julie spends her weekends on the main branch of the Au Sable, with her husband, Jim, and their two dogs, decompressing from busy weekdays in the Lansing area by kayaking, reading, cooking and sometimes just breathing deeply. Their idyllic home-away-from-home on the river has been in the family for almost 50 years. She began volunteering with Cedars for the Au Sable, an ARPOA project, in 2013, assisting with web applications and administrative tasks.
Julie is excited to bring her love of the river to her new position as board member.
October 15, 2016
Julie Gibbs was appointed to fill an opening on the board.
The Board elected officers -- David Smith - President, Gary Vetter - Vice President, Carol Vidrio - Treasure, Judy Walle - Secretary.
The 2016 Board of Directors' meeting calendar was set. Meetings will be held at the Devereaux Memorial Library in Grayling at 9:30 AM. Meeting dates are April 22, May 20, June 17, August 19, and October 21.
The ARPOA Annual Membership Meeting will be July 15 from 4-6.
July 16, 2016
At the Annual Meeting at Gate's Au Sable Lodge, Gary Vetter, Greg Stansbury, and Barb Bower were relected to the Board of Directors. Howard Johnson was elected to fill Rod Larkin's unexpired position.
P.O. Box 15
Grayling, MI 49738
ARPOA is a proud partner with the Au Sable River Watershed Committee.