Facebook and Twitter, oh my! NEW County Profiles, and Data Updates
We've entered the world of social media - better late than never!
You can now get more information about our project, find out when our mapping team is out and about in the state, and learn about other cool food mapping projects by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter. Based on feedback from our survey, you indicated these were ways that you would like to get information. And social media allows us to share more info about projects and research outside of Maryland that is relevant to our work. Please join the conversation!
We have often been asked for quick statistics based on the data in the map. To date, we've only been able to pull these together on a case-by-case basis. Now we are making it easier to get statistics yourself! Downloadable from our website, these food and agriculture county profiles summarize all of the data layers in our map. They provide a quick reference guide, allow you to compare counties to each other, and give state totals and averages. We hope you find these useful! And as always, we welcome your feedback. These profiles are available in PDF versions for download from our "Special Projects" tab on our website. You may view them all in one file, or separately by county.
Maryland (all counties)
Allegany | Anne Arundel |Baltimore | Baltimore City | Calvert | Caroline | Carroll | Cecil | Charles | Dorchester |Frederick | Garrett | Harford | Howard | Kent | Montgomery | Prince George's | Queen Anne's | Saint Mary's | Somerset | Talbot | Washington | Wicomico | Worchester
New Data Layers
All of these new data layers are defined in the "Glossary" in the "About the Map" section.
IMPORTANT: Please remember to clear your cache on your web browser if you are not able to see the new layers of data in the left hand menu. Here is a wiki page that explains how to do this on all browsers. Please email us with any questions.
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