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CEO OPENS DOORS TO SHARE BRA VISION, CAPITAL PROJECTS, HURDLES

CEO OPENS DOORS TO SHARE BRA VISION, CAPITAL PROJECTS, HURDLES

GM/CEO David Collinsworth hosted his first State of the Basin meeting sharing insights on struggles with planning a new reservoir, ensuring adequate water supply to the lower basin, how the BRA is taking a new approach to risk, and how a mussel may be safe after all. For more, click the photo
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DRAFT DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN

DRAFT DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN

The Brazos River Authority is updating its Drought Contingency Plan and welcomes comments from the public on the document that is revised every five years. Comments on the draft document are due by April 22. For more information, click the photo.
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NEW UPDATE:  UPGRADES CONTINUE AT LAKE GRANBURY PARKS

NEW UPDATE: UPGRADES CONTINUE AT LAKE GRANBURY PARKS

Upgrades planned for Lake Granbury’s four park areas continue this spring with a road-repaving project that will make access to both recreation and boat ramp areas at the reservoir safer and more convenient.  For more, click the photo.
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FUN AND HISTORY AWAIT OFF THE BEATEN PATH THIS SPRING BREAK

FUN AND HISTORY AWAIT OFF THE BEATEN PATH THIS SPRING BREAK

From following dinosaur tracks in a rock stream bed to exploring a maze of hike and bike trails through one of the largest urban parks in the state, there are lots of inexpensive ways to have fun – without the headaches and lines at typical spring break areas. For more, click the photo.
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BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP FOR MARCH

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP FOR MARCH

Spring is around the corner and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin during the month of March. This month you can channel your inner Irish, bird watch, or learn how to improve your garden. Here’s a roundup of events in March throughout the basin
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