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Top 10 Social Media Posts of 2021

Top 10 Social Media Posts of 2021 2021 has been a great year of social media! Thanks to social media and our well-connected world, SJRA was...

SJRA- Zebra Mussel Inspection Program

Zebra mussels are freshwater mollusks native to Eastern Europe that were first introduced into the U.S. in the 1980’s through the Great Lakes system. ...

SJRA-Wide Construction Projects, Studies, and Repair Viewer

SJRA-Wide Construction Projects, Studies, and Repair Viewer When San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) was well into planning for their Groundwater Reduction Plan water plant construction...

SJRA: What is the difference between groundwater and surface water?

If you follow the SJRA and its activities, a couple words you may hear often are “groundwater” and “surface water,” and you might find...

Fighting Invasive Plants on Lake Conroe

Reservoir owners and operators in Southeast Texas are all familiar with the concept of non-native, or invasive, aquatic vegetation growing in their waters and...

Welcome to the Jungle…

Okay, okay, so maybe not the jungle, but Lake Conroe has definitely seen an uptick in the amount of native vegetation growing along the...

SJRA: Boater Safety Refresher

As we approach the middle of summer, boaters are increasingly out and about on Lake Conroe.  Some boaters are new to Lake Conroe, and...

SJRA Weather Aware Resource Guide

It’s that time of year in Southeast Texas when temperatures close in on three digits, the humidity in the air feels thick, and it...

SJRA in the Highlands

Located in east Harris County, the San Jacinto River Authority’s Highlands Division delivers raw (untreated) water from Lake Houston and the Trinity River through...

SJRA: Using Mapping App Technology for Water Education Water Supply & Wastewater Treatment

Most people do not think about water on a daily basis--how the wastewater from their home makes its way to a treatment facility or...

Top 10 Social Media Posts of 2021

Top 10 Social Media Posts of 2021 2021 has been a great year of social media! Thanks to social media and our well-connected world, SJRA was...

SJRA- Zebra Mussel Inspection Program

Zebra mussels are freshwater mollusks native to Eastern Europe that were first introduced into the U.S. in the 1980’s through the Great Lakes system. ...

SJRA-Wide Construction Projects, Studies, and Repair Viewer

SJRA-Wide Construction Projects, Studies, and Repair Viewer When San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) was well into planning for their Groundwater Reduction Plan water plant construction...

SJRA: What is the difference between groundwater and surface water?

If you follow the SJRA and its activities, a couple words you may hear often are “groundwater” and “surface water,” and you might find...

Fighting Invasive Plants on Lake Conroe

Reservoir owners and operators in Southeast Texas are all familiar with the concept of non-native, or invasive, aquatic vegetation growing in their waters and...

Welcome to the Jungle…

Okay, okay, so maybe not the jungle, but Lake Conroe has definitely seen an uptick in the amount of native vegetation growing along the...

SJRA: Boater Safety Refresher

As we approach the middle of summer, boaters are increasingly out and about on Lake Conroe.  Some boaters are new to Lake Conroe, and...

SJRA Weather Aware Resource Guide

It’s that time of year in Southeast Texas when temperatures close in on three digits, the humidity in the air feels thick, and it...

SJRA in the Highlands

Located in east Harris County, the San Jacinto River Authority’s Highlands Division delivers raw (untreated) water from Lake Houston and the Trinity River through...

SJRA: Using Mapping App Technology for Water Education Water Supply & Wastewater Treatment

Most people do not think about water on a daily basis--how the wastewater from their home makes its way to a treatment facility or...

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