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SOMETIMES, MONEY DOES GROW ON TREES

SOMETIMES, MONEY DOES GROW ON TREES

Signaling cooler weather ahead, falling leaves can quickly fill up your yard. What you do with those leaves can help or hurt the environment – including our drinking water – and provide you with a financial benefit.
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THIS THANKSGIVING, AVOID A ‘BROWN FRIDAY’ NIGHTMARE

THIS THANKSGIVING, AVOID A ‘BROWN FRIDAY’ NIGHTMARE

Thanksgiving feasts can be a burden to your plumbing, but there are things you can do to prevent post-holiday disasters.
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SAVING WATER TODAY SO IT’S AVAILABLE TOMORROW

SAVING WATER TODAY SO IT’S AVAILABLE TOMORROW

With the amount of rain we’ve had this year, water conservation might seem a little silly. But the fact is, the next drought could start tomorrow. Why not continue to practice water conservation all the time? For more, click the photo.
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FALL FERTILIZER 101

FALL FERTILIZER 101

Fertilizing in the fall allows the soil to absorb nutrients promoting a healthy lawn in the spring. However, with many options and complex terminology, anyone can easily be confused. Let’s break it down for you…
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MAJOR RIVERS OFFERS EDUCATIONAL LOOK AT TEXAS WATER

MAJOR RIVERS OFFERS EDUCATIONAL LOOK AT TEXAS WATER

Elementary students can “saddle up” and gain a greater understanding about water in Texas with Major Rivers and his horse Aquifer through the Major Rivers educational program. The Brazos River Authority offers free packages to schools located in the Brazos River basin.
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