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THIS SATURDAY, EARTH DAY OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, ENJOY THE WORLD AROUND US

There are many ways to celebrate Earth Day this Saturday, April 22, including attending a festival, focusing on recycling or conservation, or enjoying an outdoor adventure.

THIS SATURDAY, EARTH DAY OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, ENJOY THE WORLD AROUND US

THIS WEEKEND, BUY EMERGENCY SUPPLIES TAX-FREE AND MAKE SURE YOU’RE READY FOR POTENTIAL DISASTERS

To help all Texans be prepared in the event of a disaster, certain emergency supply items may be purchased tax-free April 22-24. While stocking up, it’s also a great time to make or review a personal or family disaster plan.

THIS WEEKEND, BUY EMERGENCY SUPPLIES TAX-FREE AND MAKE SURE YOU’RE READY FOR POTENTIAL DISASTERS

THE BRAZOS’ ALLIGATOR GAR

Did you know Alligator Gar have been around over 100 million years according to fossil records? Their sheer size along with population in rivers, reservoirs and coastal bays has attracted fishermen to the Brazos River basin for decades.

THE BRAZOS’ ALLIGATOR GAR

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

Spring has sprung, and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin during the month of April. This month, you can experience what life was like on the frontier, watch hot-air balloons and cool off with some homemade ice cream. Here’s a roundup of events in April throughout the basin.

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP
Current Reservoir Capacity
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftDate/TimeRelease
Possum Kingdom*--Gage unavailable 100 cfs
Granbury*--Gage unavailable 2 cfs
Proctor--Gage unavailable
Whitney--Gage unavailable
Aquilla--Gage unavailable
Limestone*--Gage unavailable 470 cfs
Belton--Gage unavailable
Stillhouse--Gage unavailable
Granger--Gage unavailable
Georgetown--Gage unavailable
Somerville--Gage unavailable
*Brazos River Authority reservoir. DROUGHT CONDITIONS BOAT RAMP AVAILABILITY CURRENT TEXAS OUTDOOR BURN BANS