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Lettuce be thankful

Lettuce be thankful

Let us be thankful that while many Texans lost plants to the recent winter weather, there's now an opportunity to plant more sustainable flowers and gardens that help save water in the long run. Click the photo to learn more.
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Crunching the Numbers

Crunching the Numbers

To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Brazos River Authority is highlighting some of the women that make the organization thrive. Melissa Anthony reflects on her career’s progression during her time at the BRA and what she loves doing outside of work. Click the photo to read more.
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Golden Song of Spring

Golden Song of Spring

Nesting only in Texas' upper and central areas, the Golden-cheeked Warbler is one of the five endangered species known to occur in parts of the Brazos River basin. Click the photo to learn more about these beautiful birds and why they must be protected during their nesting season.
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The keys are inside

The keys are inside

The BRA Lake Granbury Reservoir Manager reflects on those who helped her become who she is today, the path that brought her to the Lone Star State and Hood County, and rediscovering the piano. Click the photo to read more
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Flood preparedness helps calm the storm

Flood preparedness helps calm the storm

Everything’s bigger in Texas. And sometimes that includes our weather events. Be prepared for the next flood with these tips. Click the photo to learn more.
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