The All Things STL platform is early-iteration access to secondary indicators and mapping capabilities for the St. Louis Regional Data Alliance.
CARES has partnered with the Coalition Against Trafficking and Explotation (CATE) to develop an interactive and dynamic resource map. The resource map will be embedded on a CATE platform and updated annually with new information.
The Missouri Source Water Assessment Portal provides web-based access to information about the safety of drinking water in Missouri. Specifically, the portal provides information on drinking water sources, such as wells, rivers, lakes, and springs, and potential sources of contamination that put drinking water at risk.
Serves as MU Extension site consolidator for nutrient management. Farmers, researchers, and technicians can learn to use this information to maximize cost efficiency by using manure as a fertilizer and comply with state and federal requirements, such as those pertaining to nitrogen runoff. >>> Additional Info: Provides a hub for mapping and managing nutrients in farms (layers). It helps farmers, through the assistance of technicians, plan, determine, and report nutrient usage in farms as a Federal requirement.
A collaborative project with Extension Technology & Computer Services (ETCS) designed to provide farmers with best practices for forage management systems. The Grazing Wedge tool provides farmers with strategies for forage optimization by measuring forage growth and rotation. The map widget allows users to draw farm and paddock layouts, enter data, and visualize forage status.
All Things Missouri, launched in 2018, has become a central data and mapping resource for people across the state working to resolve issues related to the four major University of Missouri Extension impact areas: Agriculture & Environment, Business & Community, Health & Safety, and Youth & Family.