Food access indicators for census tracts using 12-mile and 1-mile demarcations to the nearest supermarket for urban areas, 10-mile and 20-mile demarcations to the nearest supermarket for rural areas, and vehicle availability for all tracts are estimated and mapped.
Explore data that can help inform agriculture investment, innovation and policy strategy. If you’re interested in agricultural production, food security, rural development, nutrition, natural resources, regional food systems, this page is for you.
Official aggregate estimates related to U.S. agricultural production. National Agriculture Statistics Service (NASS) develops these estimates from data collected through hundreds of sample surveys conducted each year covering virtually every aspect of U.S. agriculture and the Census of Agriculture conducted every five years providing state- and county-level aggregates. QuickStats is available as an online database, or you can use the newly released API to access the data programmatically.
SNAP Retailer Locator API provides location, details and directions for retailers that welcome SNAP Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) customers.
Increased productivity is the main contributor to growth in U.S. agriculture. This data set provides estimates of productivity growth in the U.S. farm sector over the period 1948-2008, and estimates of the growth and relative levels of productivity across the individual States for the 1960-2004 period.
The Research, Education, and Economics Information System (REEIS) is a source of information on the research, education and extension programs, projects and activities of the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and its partner institutions.
The Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN) web server from the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) provides germplasm information about plants, animals, microbes and invertebrates.
The annual Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS) is USDA’s primary source of information on the financial condition, production practices, and resource use of America’s farm businesses and the economic well-being of America’s farm households.