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WHAT WOULD SUMMER BE WITHOUT A GREAT SWIM?  HERE ARE FEW THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!

WHAT WOULD SUMMER BE WITHOUT A GREAT SWIM? HERE ARE FEW THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!

Before you head out to the lake or river for a cool dip in the water, keep a few tips in mind that will increase your enjoyment and help keep you and those you care about safe. For more, click the photo.
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BEWARE OF WATERBORNE ORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE YOU SICK OR WORSE

BEWARE OF WATERBORNE ORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE YOU SICK OR WORSE

If you are planning a visit to a lake, river or pond, you should know that there could be dangerous organisms lurking in the water. The good news is that you can take precautions to protect yourself and those you care about, while still enjoying the water.
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WATER RELEASE PROTOCOL AND HOW TO TRACK THE FLOW OF THE BRAZOS RIVER

WATER RELEASE PROTOCOL AND HOW TO TRACK THE FLOW OF THE BRAZOS RIVER

Questions abound when flooding occurs in the Brazos basin. Water levels can be monitored via USGS Gaging Stations while projected flooding and crests can be viewed via the NOAA Hydrologic Prediction Service. To learn more about these tools and release protocol, click the picture.
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WINTER BRINGS BOTH GOOD AND BAD NEWS FOR LAWNS

WINTER BRINGS BOTH GOOD AND BAD NEWS FOR LAWNS

The need for lawn watering is virtually non-existent during the winter months. However, with erratic weather, there is a potential problem that requires attention so that your lawn stays healthy well into the spring.
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WHERE DOES ALL THE WATER GO?

WHERE DOES ALL THE WATER GO?

It’s the question most posed to the Brazos River Authority during periods of drought. With most reservoirs full, now is a good time to take a closer look at just what happened during the drought and at how reservoirs are designed to work.
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