“Farmers will be able to farm": Coolidge Dam records highest water level since 2017

Farmers in Arizona have been granted some good news.

Thanks to recent rainfall, the eastern Arizona Coolidge Dam has reportedly recorded the highest water level in five years. Local news outlets report the dam has raised water levels to more than 220,000 acre-feet. The highest mark since 2017.

A state rep tweeted, “Those farmers will be able to farm this coming year. Praise God.”

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