The year was 1938. Franklin D. Roosevelt was president. The popular comic superhero, Superman, made his first appearance.
Ball Point Pens are introduced. And the state of Texas authorized a permit to build a dam on the Brazos River.
here to read about the structural marvel built 80 years ago.
As the first reservoir built by the Brazos River Authority, Possum Kingdom Lake holds fond memories for those who know it while
offering new adventures to those visiting for the first time. From its iconic cliffs to musical notoriety, there’s something for
everyone at PK. Click
here to learn more about visits to the BRA's
largest water supply reservoir.
Late spring storms brought much needed relief to a drought-stricken Texas.
But with another busy hurricane season, a potentially severe wildfire season, and hot temperatures, what can Texans expect for the rest of summer?
here to read our summer weather outlook.
The Brazos River Authority will return to its annual, in-person, lottery-style drawings for waterfowl permits at each of its three reservoirs for 2021.
here to learn more.
The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, July 26, 2021.
The Board of Directors will consider approval of the 2022 fiscal year budget.
The BRA Brown Bag on the Brazos public meeting series is the first of its kind for the BRA - created to share insights on recent BRA projects and answer questions from the public.
here and join us for the next one on August 5.
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