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NRCS Colorado GIS

Geographic Information System (GIS)

A GIS is a combination of software and data designed to view and manage information about geographic places, analyze spatial relationships and model spatial processes. It provides a framework for gathering and organizing spatial data and related information so it can be displayed and analyzed. USDA-NRCS views spatial data and GIS as one of many tools to accomplish our program missions and technical needs.

Colorado NRCS Employees can find training documents and references on the Colorado NRCS Sharepoint

Important Links

Environmental Easements – NRCS easement program boundaries via Internet Map Services (IMS)
Geospatial Data Gateway - environmental and natural resources geospatial data
Web Soil Survey – soil data and information

 More information

 NRCS National Geospatial Center of Excellence (NGCE)

 Contact

Chris Mueller
State GIS Specialist/Coordinator
720-544-2845
Denver Federal Center
Building 56, Room 2604
PO Box 25426
Denver, CO 80225-0426