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FEELING STRESSED? ENJOYING NATURE CAN HELP

FEELING STRESSED? ENJOYING NATURE CAN HELP

If you are looking for a way to unwind, look no further than the great outdoors. Studies show spending time in nature has many benefits, and reducing the impact of stress, anxiety and depression are at the top of the list. The Brazos River basin offers unlimited places to gain that stress relief.
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FORECAST FOR BUSY HURRICANE SEASON

FORECAST FOR BUSY HURRICANE SEASON

One year after the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf Coast experienced the most active hurricane season in years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s forecast for the high likelihood for a busy storm season is panning out.
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DATES SET FOR BRA's WATERFOWL HUNTING SITE DRAWINGS

DATES SET FOR BRA's WATERFOWL HUNTING SITE DRAWINGS

Drawings for waterfowl hunting blind locations on the BRAs three reservoirs will take place in the next few weeks. To learn more, click the photo.
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BE PROACTIVE IN WILDFIRE PREVENTION

BE PROACTIVE IN WILDFIRE PREVENTION

It's August in Texas, which means it's heating up and drying out across the Brazos River basin. Wildfires can pose a threat to your property and safety. Without care, you might even be the spark. Here's what you can do:
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BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

August is here, which means kids are heading back to school but there are plenty of activities in the Brazos River basin. This month, you can treat yourself to ice cream, reel in a fish, gaze at the stars or learn what to plant in the fall. Here’s a roundup of events in August throughout the basin:
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