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What is your landscape's current condition? CoCoRaHS Condition Monitoring Reports
Our long used “Drought Monitoring Reports” function has recently transitioned to a much easier to use, broader-scoped report called “Condition Monitoring”.
Basically it’s a chance for you to give the nation an on-going “what’s the condition of my landscape” overview on a regular basis. Is is very dry? . . very wet? . . . or several steps in between. We have a sliding scale bar covering seven categories: “Severely Dry - Moderately Dry - Mildly Dry - Near Normal - Mildly Wet - Moderately Wet - Severely Wet” that you'll find easy to use. You also have a place to provide a description of how these dry, normal or wet conditions are affecting you, your livelihood, your activities, etc.
Please take a look at our new “Condition Monitoring Webpage” and click on the reporting guide. It’s simple to follow and then it’s very easy to file a report.
So during the next couple of days, if you have a free moment, “try filing a condition report”. You’ll be helping out a great many people by doing so and your information will be looked at on a regular basis by the author’s of the US Drought Monitor. In fact, if you can file a report once a week on a Saturday or Sunday that would be ideal, but as always feel free to file one whenever you are able.
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