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Summer 2020 Newsletter

When land doesn't weather the storm

Erosion

Erosion can create beautiful landscapes, like the Grand Canyon. But it can also affect water quality and riverbed structure. Watching your property washing away due to soil erosion is a huge concern for many property owners, but there are things that can be done to prevent its impact. READ MORE HERE

Fish Kills

Common Causes of Fish Kills

Seeing dead fish floating across the lake or on the river can be alarming. But understanding the many different causes of a fish kill can help ease any panic and help you make smart decisions regarding activity around the fish kill.
READ MORE HERE


Safe Water Practices

Knowledge is power - especially in the water

What you know – or don’t know – can determine your safety in the water. As more people head to our lakes and rivers this summer for fishing, swimming, boating, or other activities, here are things you should know.
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Greg Graf

Maintaining a city's necessary function

No one wants to consider what happens to the contents of the toilet once it's flushed. Thankfully, local wastewater treatment systems take care of this issue. But, who takes care of the treatment system, ensuring it continues this very important service? In Sugar Land, one man leads the crew. Meet Greg Graf.
READ MORE HERE


Weather Outlook

Buckle up for a hot, dry summer

A busy hurricane season, a potentially severe wildfire season, and increasingly hot temperatures in Texas—all in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic! What can Texans expect for the rest of summer and what can you do to prepare?
“Vegetation is rapidly losing moisture due to consecutive days of extremely high temperatures.”
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Get to Know the BRA via Video

Gate Operation

Gate Operation

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Lake Levels

Lake Levels

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Overview

Overview

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July Board of Directors Quarterly Board Meeting to be held virtually

BOD Meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors quarterly meeting will be live-streamed at 9 a.m. Monday, July 27, as an online virtual meeting only.
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Views from across the Brazos River Basin

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