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Fall 2020 Newsletter

Learning more:
A healthy ecosystem reflects healthy water

Environmental

Like a canary in a coal mine, a healthy natural ecosystem reflects the quality of water in an area. The BRAs increasingly active environmental program researches and documents an array of issues that reflect the quality and future of our drinking water. Now, this information is available in a new section of the BRA website to help you understand that our health and future are closely tied to the health of our environment. READ MORE HERE


Weather Outlook

Dry and warm conditions to continue

After hot and dry weather blanketed most of Texas this past season, late summer storms brought needed drought relief to most of the Brazos River basin. But what can Texas expect for the remainder of fall and the beginning of winter?
"Texas has been through a drought roller-coaster over the past year."
READ MORE HERE


Environmental Videos

New videos give glimpse into BRA environmental work

Get a close-up and personal view of BRA aquatic scientists diving for mussels, catching, measuring and identifying fish, and testing water samples across the Brazos River basin.
WATCH VIDEOS HERE


Tiffany Morgan

Playing in creeks becomes a career

The Brazos River Authority environmental and compliance manager thrives on the challenges and expanded opportunities within the department. With more than two decades of experience, this once BRA intern successfully leads the department, balancing multiple needs.
“Our organization is most fortunate to have a recognized leader in understanding environmental and water quality issues.”
READ MORE HERE


Chloride Model

When the situation becomes salty

Too much salt can ruin a meal. What can it do to water? There's a new way to monitor the most common issue affecting water quality and water use in the main stem of the Brazos River.
"Will we ever see an event like that again? Probably. Eventually."
READ MORE HERE


Clean Rivers

Taking care of our river for years to come

Maintaining the water resources of the Brazos River requires a lot of work. Thanks to the work of the Texas Clean Rivers Program in partnership with the Brazos River Authority, water in the Brazos River basin is monitored closely.
READ MORE HERE

Get to Know the BRA via Video

Gate Operation

Gate Operation

WATCH HERE
Lake Levels

Lake Levels

WATCH HERE
Overview

Overview

WATCH HERE

October Board of Directors Quarterly Board Meeting will again be held virtually

BOD Meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors quarterly meeting will be live-streamed at 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 26.
READ MORE HERE

Views from across the Brazos River Basin

We're hiring!

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The most important asset of the BRA is our employees. We provide a substantial benefits package and competitive pay for positions throughout the Brazos River basin.
Check out this list of available positions.

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The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
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Copyright October 2020


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