For the first time in Wisconsin, users will have access to a fourth near-infrared band as part of the popular federal imagery program.
Imagery from the 2008 Wisconsin National Agriculture Imagery Program is now becoming available for download from the USDA Geospatial Data Gateway.
After many months of work, the 2008 National Agriculture Imagery Program digital orthophoto project is now a reality, with flights scheduled to begin in June.
Larry Cutforth with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service agency in Madison is hosting a teleconference to discuss next steps in a potential 2008 National Agriculture Imagery Program orthoimagery project in Wisconsin.
The Farm Services Agency hopes to secure $300,000 in partnership funding to make a 2008 NAIP flight more likely in Wisconsin.
Due to funding problems, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will not acquire new aerial imagery in Wisconsin this summer.
2005 NAIP DOQQ tiles and 2006 NAIP county mosaics now available.
Full color, 1-meter imagery acquired during 2005 passed the USDA/FSA quality control tests, and will be available in geotiff format soon.
Working in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency, 2005 interim NAIP imagery is now available for free from the WisconsinView.org website.