Where is Canola Grown?

Canola is grown in 27 states in the U.S., ranging from just a few acres in some states to 1.5 million acres in North Dakota.  According to the latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Services Agency, there are 1.8 million acres of canola in the United States. Major production regions in the U.S. include the Northern Plains, Pacific Northwest (PNW), and Southern Great Plains. Montana, Washington, and Idaho are the top producing states after North Dakota. The interactive map below outlines acreage in each state that reported canola growing regions to the USDA-FSA (click on the state to view acreage).

Click on each of the four PNW states for a more detailed map showing total canola acreage (winter + spring canola) in each county. 

Alaska and Hawaii not shown (no canola acreage)