Understanding the risks posed by extreme heat and precipitation events can help Missourians prepare against environmental vulnerabilities.
Read more to explore the status of some key environmental assets in Missouri.
The vitality of rural communities is essential to the agricultural industry.
Missouri’s agriculture industry and related economic activities combined add $88.4 billion to the state economy.
Get started with layers related to the environment, including Soil Taxonomy Order and Hydrologic Soil Group.
Get started with layers related to agriculture, including the NRCS Crop Productivity Index, Net Farm Income, and locations of Animal Feeding Operations, CSAs, and On-Farm Markets.
Discover and access thousands of mappable data layers. Create maps of your community and easily share them with others.
Farmers, growers, and local suppliers can enter basic information about the food they sell, location and contact information. Submitted information will automatically show up on the map. Customers can find local food sources using the map and search tools.
The Missouri 2019 Flooding Story Map is an online application that helps the public better understand the facts and potential impact of 2019 Missouri floods.
The Missouri EATS Food Assessment is designed to help communities start the conversation about building a stronger community food environment. Missouri EATS is a community development process designed to identify local assets and needs, develop a plan to act on top priorities, and make sustainable changes to enhance local food systems.
Our team is updating data on an ongoing basis – check here for the latest!
The Missouri Ag Intel site serves as a resource to help Missouri producers learn about alternative agriculture opportunities that are available and assess these opportunities based on a given producer’s local market opportunities, level of expertise, financial position and available agronomic and machinery resources.
AgSite Assessments can help facilitate discussions with landlords, tenants, or crop advisors. Assessments also help agriculturalists explore new production alternatives, learn more about land before purchases, and support lending and real estate appraisal activities.
The Missouri Source Water Protection and Assessment portal is a tool for water system administrators and the public to access information to all public drinking water systems in the state of Missouri. The portal includes access to detailed reports for each system including maps, contaminants, well and surface water intake data and susceptibilities.
Using a research-based index system, the Building Regional Resilience Hub helps communities easily identify and compare counties based on their relative resiliency and vulnerability to the country as a whole. The indexes rank all counties into four quadrants based on their relative resilience and vulnerability to the national median in four main categories: social, economic, infrastructure, and environmental.
This is a dynamic, public portal that analyzes over 30 of the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework indicators. These data can be assessed at a local, county, state, or multi-state level.
The University of Missouri System Engagement Portal website provides a space to showcase engagements between the Universities and their communities.
This report provides a selected set of indicators related to agriculture and the environment. Maps and data are available for individual counties and groups of counties.