Welcome to the US Forest Service, forest insect and disease reporting portal. The applications below access a myriad of state, county and local level forest insect and disease conditions data. In addition we offer a window into near real time forest disturbance information collected from space. Data input applications are restricted to cooperators with specific training and expertise. If you need access to an application not listed below please contact us.
Forest Pest Conditions
Explore county level maps of major forest insect and disease conditions throughout the United States.
Review, query, and download tables with acre summaries from the Insect and Disease Survey (IDS) database.
Explore and query geospatial data from the Insect and Disease Survey (IDS) database, print high-quality 1:100K quad maps, and export data.
Track state and county level reports of non-native forest insect and diseases.
Forest Disturbance Monitor
View, threshold, and download recent forest disturbance maps for use in targeted detection of forest insects and disease.
Soil Drainage Index and Productivity Index
Identify soil wetness and productivity as a potential indicator of tree stress and thus risk to various forest insects and diseases.
National Insect & Disease Risk Map
View layers from the National Insect and Disease Risk Map (NIDRM); an assessment of the potential hazard for tree mortality from major forest insects and diseases.
Individual Tree Species Parameter Maps
View individual tree species parameter layers that were generated for use as base data for the NIDRM 2013-2027 product.
Forest Health Advisory System
Start exploring forest health in places of interest to you such as National Forests and Parks, Tribal Lands, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife units.
Forest Insect and Pathogen Hazard Rating System Database
Find publications for, and descriptions of, North American forest insect and pathogen hazard rating systems.
Early Detection Rapid Response
Create, edit and query the (EDRR) database which is designed to detect non-native bark and ambrosia beetles.