Tree Subsidies in the United States totaled $10.3 million in 2016

States Receiving tree subsidies, 2016

Rank State Tree Subsidies
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$4,046,24039.2%39.2%
2California$1,159,59711.2%50.4%
3Tennessee$878,6378.5%58.9%
4Oregon$831,8678.1%67.0%
5Michigan$725,3217.0%74.0%
6Texas$484,6884.7%78.7%
7Ohio$398,5893.9%82.5%
8Wisconsin$303,5422.9%85.5%
9Georgia$300,5752.9%88.4%
10New York$163,8451.6%90.0%
11Pennsylvania$148,1911.4%91.4%
12North Carolina$131,5521.3%92.7%
13Hawaii$131,4601.3%94.0%
14Washington$86,4100.8%94.8%
15Minnesota$69,0320.7%95.5%
16Virginia$68,6720.7%96.1%
17New Jersey$68,4930.7%96.8%
18Maryland$64,0850.6%97.4%
19Louisiana$61,8880.6%98.0%
20Missouri$46,4780.5%98.5%
21Indiana$42,8170.4%98.9%
22Idaho$31,1360.3%99.2%
23Nebraska$24,3270.2%99.4%
24Connecticut$19,4360.2%99.6%
25Alabama$15,9850.2%99.8%
26Colorado$10,0080.1%99.9%
27Illinois$7,4560.1%99.9%
28Maine$3,0810.0%100.0%
29Kentucky$2,7620.0%100.0%
30Arkansas$1,4180.0%100.0%
31South Dakota$5730.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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