With little-to-no streamflow in the Brazos River due to lack of rain, additional lakes will need to
begin releasing water to meet the water supply needs of those downstream. The whole basin needs rain
as the drought continues to dominate the state. Click here to read more.
Did the rain we received in August help to ease drought conditions? As La Niña conditions continue
into year three, they will likely influence the drought conditions throughout the Brazos River basin.
This could mean persistent dryness into the spring of 2023. Click here to learn more.
While Texas may not be as well-known as other states for its natural landmarks, Possum Kingdom Lake is
the game-changer for this stereotype. Located in Graford, with entwining trails leading to picturesque
water outlooks, visitors from near and far continue to be impressed throughout all seasons.
Click here for more..
Sometimes dreams become reality. And other times, reality is even better than your dreams.
Click here to learn about one
Brazos River Authority employee's journey to his dream job.
There's a new interactive way to view water quality data in the Brazos River basin. As part of the Clean
Rivers Program, the Brazos River Authority now presents a comprehensive review of water quality in an
engaging, interactive format. Go here for more.
Monday, Nov. 14, at the BRA Central Office, 4600 Cobbs Drive, in Waco. Read more here.
4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
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