CoCoRaHS Canada

"Volunteers working together to measure precipitation across the nation."





Click here to sign-up to become a weather observer with the CoCoRaHS Network


Are you enthusiastic about watching and reporting weather?

 Do you want to learn more about how weather impacts our lives and the environment?


 Then CoCoRaHS Canada is for YOU!




 



Snow Measuring
CoCoRaHS_Snow_Measuring_Canada.pdf

What is CoCoRaHS Canada?

NON-PROFIT, Grassroots, volunteer network of weather observers of all ages and background measuring and mapping precipitation (rain, and snow) in their communities.


• We use low-cost measurement tools and stress education and training to create a network that provides high quality data to a variety of users


• Our Web page provides the ability for our observers to see their observations mapped out in "real time", as well as providing a wealth of information for our data users.

What is Required?

• An enthusiasm for watching and reporting weather conditions


• A desire to learn more about how weather can effect and impact our lives.


• A CoCoRaHS-approved rain gauge


• Willingness to take measurements between 6 am and 10 am when available








Click here to sign-up to become a weather observer with the CoCoRaHS Network


Learn more about CoCoRaHS Canada

CoCoRaHS Canada Brochure 

Where Do I Purchase a CoCoRaHS Rain Gauge?

  • Use CoCoRaHS Canada Store - link on the Blue Left Column above to order
  • For questions relating to kits please contact your Local Provincial Coordinator Below or the National Volunteer Coordinator

Would your Organization or Local Community Group Like to support CoCoRaHS or Hear More About us?

  • We are always looking for Local Community Groups interested in supporting Local Volunteers to join CoCoRaHS
  • We are interested in Presenting to Your Local Community Group, to explain the benefits of CoCoRaHS at a Local, Provincial and Canada Wide level
  • Please email Angie, National Coordinator or your Local Provincial Coordinator with your Ideas or perhaps dollars that you would donate to assist or even purchase kits/ equipment such as Snow Measuring Sticks for use in your own area?



Training Sessions  - Open To All

Training Sessions are being planned soon for

Manitoba, Ontario & Saskatchewan

so check back soon to find a training session near you OR Telephone: 1-855-999-8858 or  Ask Your Local Manitoba, Ontario or Saskatchewan, Provincial Coordinator via email!

 

Come & Meet Tiffiny Taylor, CoCoRaHS Manitoba Provincial Coordinator at the following events:

  • Jan 26-28 - Farm Management, Farm Tech Edmonton, Edmonton, AB
  • Feb 4-5 - Beef Producers Conference AGM, Brandon, MB
  • Feb 14-16 - Holistic Management Beef Conference
                    


We Welcome anyone Canada Wide to Join Us!
Please contact Angie, National Manager if you are in the Territories via email to
Canada@cocorahs.org



Send us your Pictures & Comments Via Twitter or
Facebook www.facebook.com/CoCoRaHS-Canada



CoCoRaHS Canada - General info & Sponsorship
Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec & Territories
Angie Knowles
National Manager
1-855-999-8858 or (519) 352-5334 ext 222
Canada@cocorahs.org
  @CoCoRaHSCanada


Canada Administrator (station names, locations) & Shop CoCoRaHS (shipping & shop purchases)
          Myles Weishar    canada.admin@cocorahs.org

Ontario
Myles Weishar
Ontario Coordinator
(519) 352-5334 ext. 222
Ontario@cocorahs.org
   @CoCoRaHSON


Manitoba
Tiffiny Taylor
Manitoba Coordinator
(204) 228-0842
Manitoba@cocorahs.org
   @CoCoRaHS_MB


Maritime Provinces
          New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador,
          Novia Scotia & Prince Edward Island
Paul Deschambault
Maritimes Coordinator
(902) 462-8428
Maritimes@cocorahs.org


Saskatchewan
           Garry Sibley
            Saskatchewan Coordinator
           306-250-0143
Saskatchewan@cocorahs.org
   @CoCoRaHSSask



Thank You to our Supporters



  




















 
 



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Click here to view the article in Weatherwise magazine