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Tarpon found in San Bernard
Posted on Jan 18th, 2018 Comments (0)
This tarpon, measuring 26 to 28 inches, was found floating in FOR Prez Mike Goodson’s boat slip located between the FM 521 bridge and the 2611 Churchill bridge on Jan 18th. Adult tarpon live in Gulf waters but younger smaller tarpon can occasionally be found in brackish water like the San Bernard. The mouth of the Brazos River used to be considered the tarpon capital of the world.
Read a great story about the thrill of tarpon fishing in Texas Parks & Wildlife’s article “Catch Me If You Can”. 
January Water Quality Test on San Bernard
Posted on Jan 13th, 2018 Comments (0)
H-GAC Texas Stream Team volunteers Valroy Maudlin and Tim Logan, using a test kit, measure the physical and chemical parameters of San Bernard River at two locations along the river. Valroy tests off his pier at CR 496, 1.6 miles upstream from the Churchill BridgeTim Logan tests off his dock at Rio Vista, 4.5 miles downstream from the Churchill Bridge. Both tests are done on the same day at the same time each month.
The test reports the pH level, salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen and turbidity of the water. On March 2017, a bacterium enteroccocus test was added, conducted through a partnership with Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF)
The two forms are shown for comparison as the data collected from the two locations can vary.
Residential Electronics Recycling Event
Posted on Jan 13th, 2018 Comments (0)
Here's your chance to safely dispose of home electronics or e-waste.
These items should never be thrown away in your regular trash.
E-Waste Recycling Flyer
  • Sat Jan 20, 2018
  • 8 am - 12 noon
  • Brazoria County Fairgrounds
  • 901 S. Downing Street, Angleton
  • No cost to Brazoria County Residents
2018 San Bernard Watershed Scholarship Opportunity
Posted on Dec 15th, 2017 Comments (0)
2018 graduating Seniors living in or attending a high school within the San Bernard watershed can apply for a Friends of the River San Bernard Watershed Scholarship. Applicants must demonstrate a direct connection between their career path and the betterment of the environment. FOR will be awarding six - $1,000 scholarships
Completed applications must be returned between February 1st and April 15th, 2018.
If you have any questions, e-mail Fred KanterScholarship Committee Chairman, at Contact Us (select Scholarships on the drop down list) or phone 979.482.6429.
Scholarship applications will be submitted to these 14 high schools: Bellville, Brazos, Sealy, Brazosport, Columbia, Sweeny, Columbus, Rice, Lamar Consolidated, Needville, Boling, East Bernard, El Campo and Wharton.>>>
The Scholarship Program is funded by FOR San Bernard through their annual fund raising event. Thank you for your continued support.
Past Web Articles
Posted on Apr 3rd, 2013 Comments (1)
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