|Standard Map Products|
|Important Farmland Maps
Printed color maps are available at a scale of 1:100,000 or 1:120,000. Published on a county basis.
Full size PDF versions of the maps are available.
|Digital spatial data (GIS)
||Download data directly to GIS systems. For information on FTP site structure, please enter via the |
FTP Readme page. Don't forget the metadata!
|California Important Farmland Finder (CIFF)||An online tool for accessing the latest map and statistical data. Search by county, address, zip code, lat/long coordinates, or the geolocate function on your mobile device. Users can place points, digitize areas of interest, and obtain Important Farmland acreages.|
|Important Farmland in California, 2012
||Color map showing current land use within the FMMP survey area, available in four sizes, is available on our FTP site (PDF).|
New! 2012 maps of the Bay Area, Northern San Joaquin Valley, and Southern San Joaquin Valley, are now available.
|Are available on our FTP site (PDF, 6 to 18 MB). Formatted for 36" plotter or available as paper maps. |
|Custom Map Products|
|Map enlargements* and overlays
Printed color enlargements or digital files (PDF) showing farmland information at the scale of your choice. Various file formats. Limited cartographic enhancement. A few examples can be found on this page.
The CIFF online tool (see above) can be used to locate your area of interest and obtain Important Farmland acreages.
The county PDF maps posted on the FTP site can also be used for zooming in and printing your area of interest.
|Other custom map products
||Customized presentation products or GIS analysis can be conducted for an hourly fee*. |
|Maps & Graphics on this Site|
|New! Important Farmland Time Series
||An online tool to view the Important Farmland map data as a time series, from 1984 to the present.|
|Survey Area Map
||Indicates extent of FMMP mapping in 49 counties. |
|Sample map enlargements (PDF)
||Examples of these digital snapshots are available on this page. |
|* Please note that publication and/or use of FMMP data at scales greater than 1:100,000 is considered to be an enlargement. |