Lower Brazos River Coalition
Title: Lower Brazos River Coalition
Description: Lower Brazos River Coalition 979-848-0560 Keep the Brazos River Flowing Open Menu Home Who We Are News Act Now Contact Us Home Who We Are News Act Now Contact Us Keep the B is ranked 21553939 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $4,574. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Lower Brazos River Coalition 979-848-0560 Keep the Brazos River Flowing Open Menu Home Who We Are News Act Now Contact Us Home Who We Are News Act Now Contact Us Keep the Brazos Flowing Water demands in the Brazos region are expected to triple by 2060 At 840 miles, the Brazos River is the longest river in Texas. It serves the lifeblood for communities from the Llano Estacado (Texas Panhandle) to south of Dallas-Fort Worth, through Waco, and on to the Gulf of Mexico. Amid rapid population growth and prolonged drought, competition for river water has intensified. Groups in the upper and middle portions of the basin promote limiting or reducing flows downstream. The most recent drought was declared over in May of 2015 by the Texas State Climatologist and Texas Water Development Board. Still, state water agencies, and the Brazos River Watermaster in particular, must continue to plan, manage, and regulate water use along the Brazos River in accordance with state law. It is well documented that Texas is a state with recurring droughts that are often extreme. Nonetheless, whether the basin is experiencing drought or not, water resources in the Brazos River are stretched to the limit. Water supplies that are currently available from the river on a long-term, year-to-year basis – even during drought – are fully allocated. Cities, farmers, ranchers, and industries along the river banks already have spoken for this “firm water.” That’s why the Lower Brazos River Coalition works to keep water flowing down the entire length of the river. Toward that end, the Coalition stands ready to work with the appropriate entities on necessary development and management of water resources. In short, the Coalition supports responsible, balanced management of the Brazos River. Act Now The first step is to learn about the issues surrounding the lower Brazos River basin and then engage in the programs of education and advocacy of the LBRC. Join or Renew Now Spring Luncheon Photos The Spring Membership luncheon on April 27 in Angleton featured David Collinsworth of the Brazos River Authority and Regan Beck from the Texas Farm Bureau. Click here to see photos. Latest News Water release protocol and how to track the flow of the Brazos River – April 19, 2016 – Brazos River Authority In major water case, win for farmers is loss for cities – February 19, 2016 – Texas Tribune Win for farmers confirms state water rights system – February 19, 2016 – Austin American-Statesman Brazos River Authority close to winning long-sought water rights expansion – February 5, 2016 – Waco Tribune Photos from LBRC fall luncheon Nov. 5 New rice-focused conservation program set to launch this year-Spring 2015 – USA Rice’s Whole Grain Drought returns; reprieve unlikely – October 11, 2015 – Houston Chronicle The next drought may have already begun – July 2015 – Texas Water Development Board State climatologist declares the worst drought in 60 years is over – July 2015 – Brazos River Authority Customers hope watermaster brings order to Brazos watershed – June 9, 2015 – Houston Chronicle Subscribe to the LBRC Newsletter Stay informed on new issues and LBRC updates. Submit Copyright ? 2015 Lower Brazos River Coalition. All Rights Reserved. Whois