NAIP, NRI and Resource Information Maps
This web page contains current year data maps for the National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP), the National Resources Inventory (NRI), and the Resource flying programs.
Archived status maps are kept for the NAIP program only. To view these archived status maps, click here
The most current year NAIP status maps indicate contracted areas only and may not depict actual acquired coverage. The following locations will assist you in determining actual coverage:
NAIP ortho imagery mosaics go to USDA Geospatial Data Gateway
- Click on green Get Data button
- At Step 1-WHERE, select state and then select county or counties
- Click the gray Submit Selected Counties button
- At Step 2-WHAT, click the green plus (+) icon for the Ortho Imagery year of interest then click the gray eye icon
PLEASE NOTE: You may need to allow pop-ups for your browser to view the preview map.
In the APFO Catalog Listing
for NAIP, the second column (% COV) may state 100%, but coverage may in fact be less than complete.
Use the Interactive NAIP 2002-2013 Coverage
status map below for all NAIP years or Click here>>
to view and download historical NAIP coverage maps and quarter quad or film photo center shape files for any given state. Look for Quarter Quad and Film Coverage Index links.
Please Note: Multi-layered PDF coverage map is readable from Acrobat 6.0 and above.
The ordering of any quarter quad tiles cannot occur until the project has been completely accepted. Any questions regarding quarter quad tiles, please direct them to Bridget Barlow at email@example.com
Please Note: The National Resource Inventory (NRI) program acquires aerial photos of small 1/4 section sites nationwide. It is special purpose photography for government land-use studies and not available for reproduction or resale.
High resolution/large scale Resource Imagery is typically acquired for the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies for resource management, monitoring and inventory of land, minerals, vegetation, wildlife habitat, recreation, and travel etc. Imagery is typically collected in stereo for 3D viewing/analysis and often delivered in an orthorectified format as well.
Digital Imagery through 2012
Current Resource Projects