CoCoRaHS Canada is a non-profit, grassroots, volunteer network of weather observers of all ages and background measuring and mapping precipitation (rain, and snow) in their communities.  CoCoRaHS Canada was launched in Manitoba in 2011 after severe flooding prompted a desire for more detailed and geographically dense precipitation
monitoring. 


The organization's site is administered by Farm & Food Care Canada and it provides the ability for our observers to see their observations mapped out in "real time", as well as providing a wealth of information for data users.

Volunteers use low-cost measurement tools and stress education and training to create a network that provides high quality data to a variety of users.  Observers submit observations online or using the CoCoRaHS app available from the App Store and Google Play Store

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CoCoRaHS Canada

CoCoRaHS Canada is looking for enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers like you!  To join this growing respectable volunteer weather organization, visit http://www.cocorahs.org/Canada, email them at Canada@cocorahs.org Or call: 1-855-999-8858


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