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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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Caught a rainbow trout yet? A few chances remain

Caught a rainbow trout yet? A few chances remain

One of the limited time opportunities available to fishing enthusiasts in Texas is a chance to a catch rainbow trout, a fish that is only stocked in Texas when the weather is cool.
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Being sprinkler savvy can help avoid damage to lawn and system

Being sprinkler savvy can help avoid damage to lawn and system

Timing is everything. Turning your auto sprinkler system on too soon could mean a frozen lawn -- and burst pipes. But, there are ways to know when to turn your sprinkler system back on just in time for spring.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER/CEO

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER/CEO

Long-time BRA employee, David Collinsworth, has been appointed to the position of general manager/chief executive officer. He will replace Phil Ford, who is retiring at the end of March following 17 years of service.
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