The CNPS Vegetation Program is an ongoing partner in vegetation mapping and classification reporting. Please select from the options below to access CNPS and partner reports.

Place-Based Reports

Sierra Nevada

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

NPS Vegetation Field Data and Vegetation Map

Yosemite National Park

NPS Vegetation Report, Field Data and Vegetation Map

Partner Reports

US National Vegetation Classification

Additional Partner Resources

US Forest Service Classification and Mapping
The Pacific Southwest Region’s (R5) Vegetation Ecology program consists of three components: Inventory, Classification and Mapping. This cooperative mapping and resource assessment program employs the CALVEG system.

Fire and Resource Assessment Program
A program within the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection including information and spatial data on environmental indicators, fire threat, watersheds, forests and rangelands.

Historic California Vegetation Mapping
The Weislander Vegetation Type Mapping project provides a snapshot of California’s vegetation in the early 20th century. This website allows you to view and download historic vegetation maps, surveys, and photographs taken in the 1920’s and 1930’s for almost half of California.

National Park Service Vegetation Mapping Inventory
The National Park Service develops local vegetation classifications, vegetation maps, and a standard suite of associated products for more than 250 national parklands covering more than 30 million acres in 49 states, plus for U.S. island parks.