b'AccountabilityMonitoring and measuring progress will need to be an on-going process. The agricultural sector intends for this report to be a living document. It will be essential to update the report as more information becomes available and to track the progress of programs and activities outlined in the report. 3. Geographic Data4. Farm Service Agency Program Data The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS)FSA is able to provide data by year for each county and is a sister agency to NRCS. NASS conducts hundreds ofstate level regarding program enrollment, conservation surveys every year and prepares reports covering virtuallypractices, and number of acres enrolled.every aspect of U.S. agriculture. NASS is committed to providing timely, accurate, and useful statistics. One of5. Habitat Registries the products that NASS provides is the Cropland DataThe development of demonstration sites, by individual Layer (CDL). The purpose of the CDL Program is to useorganizations or a coalition of groups, could provide satellite imagery to provide acreage estimates to thea way to monitor and track habitat development and Agricultural Statistics Board for major commodities and toengagement by utilizing the Monarch Waystation registry produce digital, crop-specific, categorized geo-referencedto get a base count.output products. The geospatial data product called the CDL is hosted on CropScape (https://nassgeodata.gmu.edu/CropScape/). The CDL is created annually for6. Research Developments the continental United States using moderate resolutionTracking pollinator-related research developmentssatellite imagery and extensive on-site observations.in agricultural settings will be very important. All historical CDL products are available for use and are free for download through CropScape. If analyzed using landscape ecology-based methods, landscape scale habitat availability and changes over time can be explored. Such data can also pinpoint specific habitat needs within priority landscape positions to target technical and financial assistance where they will have the greatest potential to impact monarch butterfly conservation. 29'