Start exploring forest health in places of interest to you such as National Forests and Parks, Tribal Lands, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife units.
View individual tree species parameter layers that were generated for use as base data for the NIDRM (National Insect and Disease Risk Map) 2013-2027 product.
This website is designed to help you calculate the Drainage Index (DI) and Productivity Index (PI) of all soils that are classified within the US system of Soil Taxonomy. These data aid in the identification of areas at risk to various forest insects and diseases because of their ability to identify regions of potential tree stress.
View, threshold, and download recent forest disturbance maps for use in targeted detection of forest insects and disease.
Track state and county level reports of non-native forest insect and diseases.
Explore county level maps of major forest insect and disease conditions throughout the United States.
Welcome to the US Forest Service, forest insect and disease reporting portal. The applications below access a myriad of state, county and local level forest insect and disease conditions data. In addition we offer a window into near real time forest disturbance information collected from space. Data input applications are restricted to cooperators with specific training and expertise.
The Soil and Water Hub is jointly developed by USDA Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) and Texas A&M AgriLife Research, part of The Texas A&M University System. Modeling dataset resources are available for download for use with software tools Agricultural Policy/Environmental eXtender Model (APEX), Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), ArcSWAT, and related Conservation practices.
USDA Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Center and Geospatial Technology and Applications Center
The Forest Service's Remote Sensing Applications Center (RSAC) is in Salt Lake City, Utah, co-located with the agency's Geospatial Service and Technology Center. Guided by national steering committees and field sponsors, RSAC provides national assistance to agency field units in applying the most advanced geospatial technology toward improved monitoring and mapping of natural resources. RSAC's principal goal is to develop and implement less costly ways for the Forest Service to obtain needed forest resource information.