Total Emergency Compensation Program payments in Alabama totaled $768,695 from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Alabama Receiving Total Emergency Compensation Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Emergency Compensation Program
Pct of
1Lawrence County, Alabama$75,7889.9%9.9%
2Blount County, Alabama$60,6127.9%17.7%
3Morgan County, Alabama$57,5857.5%25.2%
4Geneva County, Alabama$52,7146.9%32.1%
5Randolph County, Alabama$50,9416.6%38.7%
6Clay County, Alabama$44,3655.8%44.5%
7Jackson County, Alabama$39,9945.2%49.7%
8Dale County, Alabama$37,9364.9%54.6%
9Barbour County, Alabama$36,5544.8%59.4%
10Marion County, Alabama$36,2604.7%64.1%
11Pike County, Alabama$31,7664.1%68.2%
12Winston County, Alabama$27,2903.6%71.8%
13Franklin County, Alabama$21,7462.8%74.6%
14Limestone County, Alabama$21,7172.8%77.4%
15Montgomery County, Alabama$20,3192.6%80.1%
16Tallapoosa County, Alabama$19,2852.5%82.6%
17Calhoun County, Alabama$17,5002.3%84.9%
18Henry County, Alabama$17,4072.3%87.1%
19Cleburne County, Alabama$16,7052.2%89.3%
20Lauderdale County, Alabama$15,2132.0%91.3%
21Lamar County, Alabama$14,8731.9%93.2%
22Colbert County, Alabama$13,6171.8%95.0%
23Jefferson County, Alabama$13,0171.7%96.7%
24Elmore County, Alabama$10,2251.3%98.0%
25Coosa County, Alabama$8,7261.1%99.1%
26Bullock County, Alabama$4,5980.6%99.7%
27Walker County, Alabama$1,7000.2%100.0%
28Fayette County, Alabama$2420.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.


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