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SHARE THE BEAUTY OF THE BRAZOS RIVER BASIN

SHARE THE BEAUTY OF THE BRAZOS RIVER BASIN

The Brazos River basin has some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in Texas, even after the leaves have fallen. From snowfall in the upper basin, to the change of color in Central Texas, to waters rushing toward the Gulf Coast, there is beauty in the off season.The Brazos River Authority invites you to share your fall and winter photos that portray the beauty of your corner of Texas with the rest of the Brazos River basin. We’ll post your landscape photos, including your name and location, on the BRA website and Facebook pages along with our BRA photos. Photos may be emailed electronically to information@brazos.org. Please include your name and the location of your photo in the Brazos River basin
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AVOIDING COOKING DISASTERS AND HOLIDAY WEEKEND PLUMBING COSTS

AVOIDING COOKING DISASTERS AND HOLIDAY WEEKEND PLUMBING COSTS

Planning is a must for any holiday meal. But if you are planning to deep fry your Thanksgiving turkey this year, there are a few extra details to consider before the guests arrive. Here’s how to avoid the potential for cooking fires and why you should properly dispose of used cooking oil.
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WINTERIZING YOUR HOME

WINTERIZING YOUR HOME

Preparing your home for winter weather can save you from expensive and irritating repairs. A few basic precautions can help you protect your home (whether at the lake or far away) from the extreme temperatures of winter, helping to prevent damage and the need for costly repairs.
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FLOODING IN UPPER BRAZOS RIVER BASIN

FLOODING IN UPPER BRAZOS RIVER BASIN

Flooding is beginning to recede in the upper portions of the Brazos River basin; however, those living and traveling through the area should maintain situational awareness, especially in low lying areas. Remember to Turn Around; Don't Drown! For more, click the photo.
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SUGAR LAND OPENS RECLAIMED WATER FACILITY

SUGAR LAND OPENS RECLAIMED WATER FACILITY

The Brazos River Authority congratulates the City of Sugar Land on completion of a reclaimed water treatment facility. The new facility is a conservation partnership effort between the City of Sugar Land and the Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District 128 to help meet goals established for groundwater reduction requirements set by the Fort Bend Subsidence District.
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