With LANDFIRE, you can view and download geospatial layers and data products that depict the nation's major ecosystems, wildlife habitat, vegetation or canopy characteristics, landscape features, and wildland fire behavior, effects, and regimes.
These data layers traverse jurisdictional land boundaries and provide the public free data products for numerous applications, including wildland fire management and landscape conservation. LANDFIRE is a shared effort between the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior.
LANDFIRE data products are designed to facilitate national- and regional-level strategic planning and reporting of management activities. Data products are created at a 30-meter grid spatial resolution raster data set; however, the applicability of data products varies by location and specific use. Users are advised to evaluate the data carefully for their applications. The principal purposes of the data products are:
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