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BRA IS TAKING PUBLIC COMMENT ON CHANGES TO INTERRUPTIBLE WATER SALES PROCEDURE

BRA IS TAKING PUBLIC COMMENT ON CHANGES TO INTERRUPTIBLE WATER SALES PROCEDURE

The Brazos River Authority will accept public comment through June 16, 2017 on proposed changes to its interruptible water sale procedure. For more information and to comment, click the photo.
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HURRICANES HAVE DEVASTATING POWER, SO PREPARATION IS VITAL TO STAYING SAFE

HURRICANES HAVE DEVASTATING POWER, SO PREPARATION IS VITAL TO STAYING SAFE

When hurricanes threaten the coast – and also cause problems for inland areas -- it’s often a scramble to keep people, pets and property safe from these devastating storms. Being prepared could literally be the difference between life and death -- and is the emphasis of Hurricane Preparedness Week.
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WHAT KEEPS YOUR WATER SAFE?

WHAT KEEPS YOUR WATER SAFE?

100 years ago, life expectancy in America was only 47 years and deaths because of contaminated water were common. Today, as we mark National Drinking Water Week, we can be thankful that life expectancy has risen to 78 years -- in large part to safe drinking water.
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LOOKING TO LAND A PRIZED FISH?   BRA RESERVOIRS PROVIDE RECORD-SETTING OPPORTUNITIES

LOOKING TO LAND A PRIZED FISH? BRA RESERVOIRS PROVIDE RECORD-SETTING OPPORTUNITIES

The Brazos River Authority’s three reservoirs hold numerous record catches providing you a chance to reel in a record.
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BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP FOR MAY

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP FOR MAY

May has arrived, and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin. This month, you can channel your inner Shakespeare, fly a kite, go on a Mother’s Day hike or learn how to salsa dance. Here’s a roundup of events in May throughout the basin:
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