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How much water is enough?

How much water is enough?

Your facing an emergency and want to be sure you’re prepared. How much water should you store? There are some standard practices and tips to consider. Click the photo to learn more.
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Fall in love with these Fall events

Fall in love with these Fall events

From a Floating Lantern Festival to a moon-viewing program, October is rich with events across the Brazos River basin. Get in touch with nature or learn a new skill this month. Click the photo to learn more.
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Plant Texan milkweed. Save a butterfly.

Plant Texan milkweed. Save a butterfly.

Extraordinary migration occurs in Texas as monarch butterflies travel South. There’s a way to help the small, majestic beauties from your own yard in the Brazos River basin. With the help of native plants, efforts don’t drain our water resources either. Click the photo to learn more.
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Life jackets keep furry friends safe while out on the water

Life jackets keep furry friends safe while out on the water

Water safety isn’t just for humans…be sure to check out getting a life jacket for your pet if you’re heading to the water. Click the photo to learn more.
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Your septic system could be making your family sick

Your septic system could be making your family sick

A malfunctioning septic tank can take a chunk out of your budget, but it can also cause problems for your drinking water. Sept. 16–20 is SepticSmart Week, an excellent time to look into the health of your system. Click the photo to learn more.
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