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Brazos River Roundup

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 learn about water conservation, enjoy an outdoor rhythm and blues festival, or learn how to create a container garden. Here’s a roundup of events in April throughout the basin.
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Whether a beginner or veteran, an online boating class can provide benefits

Whether a beginner or veteran, an online boating class can provide benefits

Whether you are a newcomer to boating, an experienced boater who wants to be more confident operating in difficult circumstances, or someone who would just like to save money on insurance, boater education classes can help you meet each goal.
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The impact of a leak could be bigger than you think

The impact of a leak could be bigger than you think

Could a silent leak be costing you money? A simple in-home test that could help you see if your money and water are going down the drain.
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A look back at 2017 water supply

A look back at 2017 water supply

Cities, water supply corporations, water districts and industry accounted for more than 90 percent of water use by Brazos River Authority customers in 2017, as water needs, flood control and evaporation each had an impact on the basin’s water supply.
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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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