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Emergency Conservation payments in 20th District of California (Rep. Sam Farr) totaled $0 in 2011

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2011
Rank State Emergency Conservation
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$8,114,22525.1%25.1%
2Tennessee$5,435,53216.8%42.0%
3Arkansas$2,650,0558.2%50.2%
4Kentucky$2,129,3356.6%56.8%
5Missouri$1,719,8635.3%62.1%
6Nebraska$1,605,8735.0%67.1%
7Iowa$1,537,8234.8%71.8%
8Georgia$1,157,6183.6%75.4%
9Alabama$1,012,6343.1%78.5%
10North Carolina$1,011,0213.1%81.7%
11Hawaii$926,2702.9%84.5%
12Mississippi$917,9582.8%87.4%
13South Dakota$518,1291.6%89.0%
14Vermont$512,7201.6%90.6%
15Oklahoma$476,3851.5%92.1%
16West Virginia$369,9661.1%93.2%
17Colorado$333,3991.0%94.2%
18Massachusetts$256,0750.8%95.0%
19Montana$201,4950.6%95.7%
20Wyoming$194,7660.6%96.3%
21Utah$190,7400.6%96.8%
22Washington$155,4980.5%97.3%
23California$153,6660.5%97.8%
24Virginia$137,6930.4%98.2%
25Oregon$106,6760.3%98.6%
26Wisconsin$70,6700.2%98.8%
27Minnesota$55,1570.2%99.0%
28North Dakota$54,0820.2%99.1%
29New Hampshire$50,5520.2%99.3%
30Idaho$39,0360.1%99.4%
31Maine$38,7040.1%99.5%
32New Mexico$34,6390.1%99.6%
33Ohio$28,3890.1%99.7%
34Louisiana$20,4450.1%99.8%
35Pennsylvania$16,7170.1%99.8%
36Kansas$8,0330.0%99.9%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.