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Saving for a sunny day: Rainwater collection can make a big difference

Saving for a sunny day: Rainwater collection can make a big difference

With dry conditions overtaking the Brazos River basin and throughout most of Texas, there is one option that can help offer some relief – rainwater harvesting. Even during times of drought, there is occasional rainfall, and saving this valuable resource for use later can help ensure a healthy lawn and garden.
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Drought Conditions prompt return of reservoir projections

Drought Conditions prompt return of reservoir projections

Continuing dry conditions within the Brazos River basin have prompted BRA hydrologists to reinstate production of reservoir level projections to keep the public and water customers up-to-date on the potential for declining lake levels.
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Planting now pays off later

Planting now pays off later

As long as the ground is not frozen, the winter months in Texas allow a great opportunity to plant trees or shrubs, adding value to your property over time.
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Kick off that New Year’s exercise resolution on the Possum Kingdom Hike and Bike Trails

Kick off that New Year’s exercise resolution on the Possum Kingdom Hike and Bike Trails

Looking for a place to get fit – or stay in shape – after the holidays? Possum Kingdom offers hike and bike trails with wonderful views of Texas beauty.
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What's going on this month in the Brazos River basin?

What's going on this month in the Brazos River basin?

In January, it's classic cars in Stephenville, a gumbo competition in Sugar Land or digging deep into your family roots in Bryan. Click the photo for a roundup of events in January throughout the basin.
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