Search below to find agricultural maps. Return to the Map Library main page to search for maps by topic.
- In the Library
- U.S. (online)
- International (online)
There are several types of maps that can be helpful in analyzing different aspects of agricultural use of the land.
- Print soil surveys of the U.S. by county are available. Colorado soil surveys are available in the Earth Sciences & Map Library.
- Topographic maps show how land is and has been used as it relates to agriculture.
- Aerial photographs can be used to analyze how land has been used historically and currently.
- When searching for agricultural maps, some key words that could be used include: "crop*", "farm*", or "agricultur*" AND the geographic region of interest. On the search results page, you can limit to maps on the left-hand side.
If you need any additional help finding agricultural maps, please contact the Map Library.
See also Land Use & Land Cover.
CropScape – Cropland Data Layer
(USDA - National Agricultural Statistics Service)
Cropland Data Layers with boundaries by County, Agricultural Statistics District, or State
Charts and Maps by Commodity: Crops and Plants, Livestock and Animals, Economics, Census of Agriculture
Make your own map using 2007 Agriculture Census data. (map layer description)
The Web Soil Survey (WSS) provides soil data and information produced by the National Cooperative Soil Survey.
Agriculture and Food Security
(Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center, SEDAC)
Maps: Global Agricultural Lands, Fertilizer and Manure, Climate effects om Food Supply
Environmental Data Explorer
(United Nations Environment Programme)
Display the data as maps, graphs, or tables.
Data categories: Agricultural Production, Fertilizer and Pesticides, Food Supply
(Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations)
"Data presented here include measures of agricultural inputs, outputs, and productivity compiled by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization." Featured indicators can be viewed as a map, table, or graph.
Featured indicators can be viewed as a map, table, or graph. By Topic: Agriculture & Rural Development