The National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) acquires aerial imagery during the agricultural growing season ("leaf-on") in the
continental U.S. A primary goal of the NAIP program is to make digital ortho photography available to governmental agencies and the
public within a year of acquisition. The purpose of the program is to provide current information regarding agricultural conditions
in support of the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) farm programs. In addition, NAIP imagery frequently supports
NAIP is administered by the USDA's Farm Service Agency (FSA) through the Aerial Photography Field Office in Salt Lake City. This "leaf-on" imagery is used as a base layer for GIS programs in FSA's County Service Centers, and is used to maintain the Common Land Unit (CLU) boundaries.
NAIP imagery products are available either as digital ortho quarter quad tiles (DOQQs) or as compressed county mosaics (CCM). Each individual image tile within the mosaic covers a 3.75 x 3.75 minute quarter quadrangle plus a 300 meter buffer on all four sides. The DOQQs are geoTIFFs, and the area corresponds to the USGS topographic quadrangles.
Please visit the following USDA FSA website for additional information: "NAIP Imagery Information"
ArcGIS REST Service Resources:
NOTE: The ISDP does not currently contain downloadable GeoTIFFs and CCMs for 2018 NAIP imagery, as of February 24, 2020. However, the links to the ISDP "Single File Downloads" and the "Multi-File Download Tool" are provided below so that users can access downloads for other orthophotography from a wide variety of vintages and sources.