Summer 2019 Newsletter

Don't Move A Mussel

With summer in full swing, lots of boats are hitting the water in Texas. Here is how you can prevent the spread of an invasive species lurking beneath the surface and just waiting to catch a ride. Learn more here.


Brazos River provides ample fall hunting chances

Hunting is a Texas tradition and many sportsmen head for state-owned river beds for hunting opportunities. For those new to the sport, or a few years out of practice, here’s a reminder of laws to consider and how to obtain a permit to hunt on BRA reservoirs. Learn more here.

Getting To Know You

BOD Members

Which board member's hero is his dad? Or which board member's first job was shining shoes? Three Brazos River Authority Board Members take a few moments to share favorite quotes, and thoughts on the importance of water and the Brazos basin. For more, go here.

Davy Moore

Four decades, three reservoirs, countless gigs

Lake Limestone reservoir manager Davy Moore joined the Brazos River Authority in 1974, before the current reservoir he now manages was built. During a life-long career with the BRA, he's worked at each of the organization's reservoirs, while managing a second career - onstage. Learn more here.

Storm Clouds

Will the unusually wet conditions continue?

A wet spring has given way to a hot summer. This year’s excessive rain has resulted in only a small portion of Texas experiencing drought conditions this season. Learn more here.

Central Office

July 2019 Board of Directors quarterly meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet Monday, July 29 and will consider the annual fiscal year budget. For more details, go here.

Central Office
4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Copyright July 2019