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Rain drenches parts of the state, but is it enough to offset drought?

Rain drenches parts of the state, but is it enough to offset drought?

Parts of the Brazos River basin recently experienced welcome relief from dry conditions, but what can we expect moving forward?
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Brazos River Roundup for March

Brazos River Roundup for March

Spring is just around the corner and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin during the month of March. This month you can fly a kite, channel your inner Irish, bird watch, or enjoy a fish fry. Here’s a roundup of events in March throughout the Brazos River basin.
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Beautify your yard with low-cost Tri-Gro

Beautify your yard with low-cost Tri-Gro

Looking for a low-cost product to help your lawn and garden thrive without the addition of chemicals to your yard? Tri-Gro, produced at the Temple-Belton wastewater treatment plant, fits the bill.
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Mastering the Brazos River basin’s water needs

Mastering the Brazos River basin’s water needs

Significant changes in monitoring surface water from the Brazos River, and responding to concerns, have taken place since the Brazos Watermaster’s Office was established, requiring all water permit holders including the Brazos River Authority to form a close working relationship with the office.
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President's Day

President's Day

BRA offices will be closed Monday, February 19 in observance of President’s Day.
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