A Vision of Tiger Farm Community Survey: Fall 2017
Thank you for taking the time to share your opinions and interest in Tiger Farm! Your voice is so important and we look forward to building community around the garden!

This survey is for: Teachers
If you're a student or a parent please use the survey tailored for you so we can make sure we are asking the right questions!

Tell us a little about yourself… please note, all of these questions are optional and you can opt out of answering any you feel uncomfortable with.

If you notice anything wrong with the survey or have any other feedback, please reach out to Hannah! (hef39@cornell.edu)

What grade level do you teach?
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If you teach older students, what subject do you focus on?
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Currently I’ve been to Tiger Farm (to help at a Work Bee, to go to an event, just to check it out, etc.):
Describe Tiger Farm in one or two words:
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If you had to pick only three of the priorities for Tiger Farm below, which ones would they be?
In your view, what should the mission of Tiger Farm be?
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How can you see Tiger Farm fitting into your classroom and curriculum?
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What would limit you from involving Tiger Farm in your classes?
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Would you ever be interested in being certified to teach agriculture classes?
What would make it easier for you to integrate Tiger Farm activities into your classroom?
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What is something that you would like to see at Tiger Farm in the next year? Examples: a particular event, a certain crop, a building, a gathering space, etc. Be specific!
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What is something that you think Tiger Farm needs to work on?
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What should be grown at Tiger Farm?
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How should we use it?
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What is something that you would be willing to help Tiger Farm with?
How could we make it easier for you to be involved?
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Please list your name and the best way to contact you if you're willing to help!
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