Floridians Wanted to Observe The Weather

The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) is an organization of volunteers that collect and measure precipitation in the backyards of citizens from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

CoCoRaHS is a wonderful opportunity to get involved in citizen science at the local level. It’s as simple as measuring rainfall at your home, farm or place of business and recording the results.

For more information and to become a volunteer, check out the CoCoRaHS website.


Click here to print flyer.

The Wakulla County Extension office has a limited supply of FREE rain gauges we are giving away to encourage participation. Please call the office at 850-926-3931 to request one today.





Posted: July 28, 2016

Category: Natural Resources
Tags: Citizen Science, Community, Education, Environment, Extension, Florida, General Information, Growing, Landscape, Master Gardener, Natural Resources, Uncategorized, Wakulla Agriculture, Wakulla Extension, Youth Oppurtunities

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