A lot of exciting things occur in May - it's the unofficial kickoff of summer,
the Memorial Day holiday, and National Water Safety Awareness Month. While water
safety is crucial year-round, the promise of summer comes with more time spent
near and in the water. Read more
for tips to keep you safe.
The Brazos River Authority and Carter BloodCare are teaming up in Granbury, giving away
free kid's life jackets and providing you an opportunity to save two lives with a
blood donation. Mark your calendar, sign up, and read more
Jackie Scott's career at BRA's Lake Limestone started as a clerk typist. Now, more
than 30 years later, as the assistant reservoir manager, she's handling everything
from septic system inspections to the reservoir's maintenance team. Read more about
her successful journey
After February's destructive winter storm, Texas' trend of above-normal temperatures
and below-normal precipitation continues. However, a weakening La Niña could bring
much-needed rain to a drought-stricken state.
The inaugural 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 answers some of
the public's questions. Read more
and keep an eye out for the next event.
The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, Monday, May 24, 2021.
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