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Fall 2021 Newsletter

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Cyanobacteria

It can be found naturally in all types of water. It was instrumental in creating photosynthetic plants. But when cyanobacteria bloom, it can cause water quality concerns for humans and animals. If you enjoy being out in the water, you should get to know blue-green algae. Click here to read more.

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Protection of two Central Texas mussels secured with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agreement

A partnership agreement between the BRA and the USFWS will address the conservation needs of two Brazos River basin species of freshwater mussels. Read more here.

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Discovering the science behind water & the journey forward

Growing up, Brad Brunett could be found playing on the Brazos River or nearby lakes. Now, more than 20 years later, he reflects on how he came to land his dream job with the Brazos River Authority and the challenges for Texas’ waters moving forward. Read more here.

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After a rainy summer, La Niña conditions could bring a warmer, drier end to 2021

Dry and warm conditions are expected to continue this fall with the return of the La Niña status. However, the state's relatively drought-free summer has left good conditions for the upcoming fall and winter months. Read more about our weather outlook for fall and winter here.

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Elevating the Lake Limestone Experience

Lake Limestone's Park 5 is currently undergoing upgrades that will provide visitors with a new boat loading pier, a fishing pier and more. See what's in store here.

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What would you like to know?

The BRA’s next Brown Bag on the Brazos is just around the corner, but we’d like to know what you’d like to learn about. These public meetings are another way to share information on topics that affect you. Read more here.

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November Board of Directors Bimonthly Meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet in person Monday, Nov. 15, 2021 at the BRA Central Office in Waco. Learn more here.

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The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Central Office
4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
Copyright October 2021

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