GrassSnap- A mobile app for monitoring grasslands

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click image to zoomGrassSnap makes photo-monitoring a snap! Photo courtesy of Bethany Johnston/ University of Nebraska-Lincoln GrassSnap makes photo-monitoring a snap! Rangeland managers can quickly grab repeatable photo-monitoring data, and save it to their smart device. Data can easily be downloaded to a computer.

Check out the unique features of the app: 
• A ghost image allows users to effortlessly replicate the landscape view each year. 
• Pictures are stored in an organized easily downloaded manner with written comments tied to the correct image.
• Applies your pasture name, GPS location, and date to all images. That way the important data is visible every time a photo is viewed or printed.

This app is a go-to tool for those enrolled in the Nebraska NRCS CSP grazing management enhancement (PLT02). GrassSnap is available for Apple and Droid devices (search GrassSnap).

For more information, visit the GrassSnap webpage at http://centralsandhills.unl.edu/grasssnap or contact Bethany Johnston at 308-645-2267 or bjohnston3@unl.edu



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