The Center for Transformative Environmental Monitoring Programs, a community user facility for environmental sensing supported by NSF, flew a small, instrumented unmanned aerial system over the Clear Creek instrumented farm. Structure from Motion photogrammetry and terrestrial lidar were performed to identify high resolution topographic features of the flow paths with resolutions of <1 cm after heavy rain events. The photogrammetry data were acquired in May 2017 (prior to planting) and in November 2017 (after harvest). A 12.4-megapixel RGB camera collected images with substantial overlap (>75% front and side overlap) in parallel, with raster missions defined by Universal Ground Control Station software (UgCS). Crossline camera imagery was captured at similar resolution and overlap settings to ensure optimal coverage (i.e., at least 80% front and side overlap). To reference and validate the photogrammetry data, at least 39 ground control points with visibly delineated survey points were spaced evenly across the fields.