Projections show that by 2060, the Brazos basin will not have enough water to meet our growing population.
Conserving water now will help provide for the future of our families and communities. Simple at-home
measures can save an estimated $115 per year on your water bill. To view the Brazos River Authority Water
Conservation Plan, click
CONSERVATION CAN SAVE YOUR POCKETBOOK
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, applying simple water conservation tips can help the
average American family save over $115 a year on their water bill.
KEEPING YOUR LAWN ALIVE DURING DROUGHT CONDITIONS
Drought conditions can be hard on Texas lawns but they don't have to be fatal.
Proper watering techniques can help keep your lawn alive to thrive for another year.
XERISCAPING: TEXAS-TOUGH LANDSCAPES
Water conservation is becoming more widely accepted in Texas and with it many Texans
are turning to xeriscaping as an alternative to landscapes that require regular watering.
RAINWATER HARVESTING: GREAT FOR YOUR YARD AND YOUR WALLET
This age-old method of saving rain for watering is gathering popularity. The easy practice
can provide natural, chemical free water to your plants while saving on your water bills.
CONSERVING WATER FOR WHEN IT'S NEEDED
In Texas, drought can settle on an area within a matter of months. Conserving water is becoming
more important each year as prolonged droughts plague areas of the country.
STUDENTS "JOURNEY" TO TEXAS WATERWAYS
Finding innovative ways to help children learn is a priority for Texas' teachers. With water supply
in the state quickly becoming more precious than oil and gas, teaching our young people about Texas'
water is more important than ever!