Data Reporting for School Gardens

Since most of us have smartphones, we should use them! Now you can do your data reporting from your phone, this will make the reporting more painless, as you can report all the information needed, in the garden or classroom, in the moment! Once you are on the data entry form, using your smartphone you can do two things:

  1. Bookmark the form.  This will allow you to quickly access the form when you open a new page in your web browser.
  2. Add the form to your Homepage.  This will make the form look like an “app” on your homepage. Then, every time you click it, it will automatically open the form using your web browser on your phone!

This will make data reporting this year much easier and pain free! As a reminder, your data benefits your garden. It is critical that we have this information to seek funding to help support school gardens. Please share this with all of those who volunteer in the garden so that the task is spread among all.

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