Emergency Conservation payments in Alabama totaled $2.3 million in 2017

Counties in Alabama Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2017

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Geneva County, Alabama$627,95627.1%27.1%
2Covington County, Alabama$375,78916.2%43.3%
3Barbour County, Alabama$316,10913.6%56.9%
4Houston County, Alabama$172,4497.4%64.3%
5Coffee County, Alabama$159,6276.9%71.2%
6Russell County, Alabama$156,5566.8%78.0%
7Henry County, Alabama$104,0934.5%82.5%
8Winston County, Alabama$55,5362.4%84.9%
9Pike County, Alabama$47,1472.0%86.9%
10Lee County, Alabama$42,1451.8%88.7%
11DeKalb County, Alabama$41,0751.8%90.5%
12Crenshaw County, Alabama$32,5721.4%91.9%
13Lamar County, Alabama$31,4721.4%93.2%
14Bullock County, Alabama$30,2651.3%94.5%
15Morgan County, Alabama$19,5350.8%95.4%
16Montgomery County, Alabama$17,9470.8%96.2%
17Choctaw County, Alabama$16,0010.7%96.9%
18Pickens County, Alabama$12,2870.5%97.4%
19Macon County, Alabama$11,5590.5%97.9%
20Madison County, Alabama$10,1170.4%98.3%
21Clarke County, Alabama$9,7620.4%98.7%
22Jefferson County, Alabama$8,4310.4%99.1%
23Elmore County, Alabama$6,6760.3%99.4%
24Dale County, Alabama$4,9200.2%99.6%
25Chambers County, Alabama$4,6990.2%99.8%
26Washington County, Alabama$1,9730.1%99.9%
27Cullman County, Alabama$1,6500.1%100.0%
28Marion County, Alabama$9560.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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