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For more information on the Environmental Working Group's farm subsidy database or to schedule an interview, contact EWG public affairs by calling (202) 667-6982. To follow updates about the farm subsidy database on Twitter, follow @DonEWG. and @EWGFoodnews

Go here for maps of farm subsidy recipients living in American cities.

Go here to read more about how the Obama administration is still less transparent than the Bush administration when it comes to farm program payments.

Go here to read our latest release Taxpayers paid $6.2 million in Farm Subsidies to Members of Congress or Their Family Members.

Go here for a primer on how crop insurance programs work and their history by EWG senior vice-president Craig Cox.

Go here for a primer on how farm subsidy programs work and their history by EWG analyst David DeGennaro.

Go here for US Department of Agriculture background information on farm programs.

Go to EWG's AgMag for continuing analysis of the farm subsidy database and the 2012 farm bill. AgMag is an online chronicle of agriculture and the environment with bullet-proof analysis and in-depth investigations into the science and politics of food, water, farming, the environment and the money and politics that make it go. AgMag delivers a clear-eyed and new look at our increasingly complex and global 21st century food system.


The Environmental Working Group is a nonprofit research organization based in Washington, DC that uses the power of information to protect human health and the environment. EWG also has offices in Oakland, CA and Ames, IA. For more information visit http://www.ewg.org/about