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Helping your yard to hibernate – and saving water and money

Helping your yard to hibernate – and saving water and money

Each year when the weather turns cooler, grass and other plants often either slow their growth rate or stop growing altogether. During this period of “hibernation,” it’s important to reduce your outdoor water use, which is beneficial not just for conservation, but also in reducing your expenses.
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Drought, abnormally dry weather returns to Brazos basin

Drought, abnormally dry weather returns to Brazos basin

With memories of Hurricane Harvey still fresh in everyone’s mind, it’s hard to believe that a dry autumn and the forecast of a drier than usual winter are indications of a new trend -- drought. While a drought watch has been issued for Lake Georgetown, the basin overall remains in good shape.
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A warm winter doesn’t mean there won’t be some potentially damaging cold snaps

A warm winter doesn’t mean there won’t be some potentially damaging cold snaps

Forecasts call for a warmer and drier winter than usual – but that doesn’t mean we won’t have occasional cold spells – possibly below freezing – that can take their toll on water pipes and unprotected outdoor faucets.
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Brazos River Roundup

Brazos River Roundup

December is here, which means cooler weather, holiday themes and plenty to do in the Brazos River basin. This month, you can visit a tree lighting, enjoy shopping on the square, or learn how to use old newspaper for wrapping gifts. For a roundup of December events, click the photo.
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The Brazos River Authority wishes everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

The Brazos River Authority wishes everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

Our offices will be closed November 23 and 24th in observance of the holiday. If you are out enjoying a BRA park or reservoir over the holiday weekend and require assistance, please dial 911 and the dispatcher will send BRA Lake Rangers to your location.
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