Winter 2020 Newsletter

Lake Granbury project provides new homes for native Texas birds

Eagle Scouts

He's only 16, but this young man's project is creating nesting sites for wood ducks that will help to conserve the population for years to come. Learn more here.

Limeston Fishing

Better fishing at Lake Limestone

The BRA and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department partnered to bring new, artificial fish habitat structures to the reservoir. Two other Brazos River basin lakes also saw improvements through the partnerships. Learn more here.


A dull spring ahead?

With no flooding or extreme drought conditions in the forecast, the spring months may prove to be unusually dull, according to the state climatologist. What does this mean for the Brazos River basin? Learn more here.

Riparian Vegetation

Building up the banks

River sediment provides all the ingredients for a healthy habitat. But disturb it, and suddenly there’s a whole host of problems. Protecting the Brazos River riparian zone could use some human help. Learn more here.

BRA Central Office

January 2020 Board of Directors quarterly meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet Monday, January 27. For more details, go here.

Getting To Know You

Two 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.

Board Members

Views from across the Brazos River Basin


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The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Copyright January 2020