Emergency Conservation payments in Alabama totaled $51.0 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Alabama Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Baldwin County, Alabama$4,996,2879.8%9.8%
2Geneva County, Alabama$3,684,0467.2%17.0%
3Mobile County, Alabama$3,092,4196.1%23.1%
4Coffee County, Alabama$3,073,7276.0%29.1%
5Covington County, Alabama$2,160,1944.2%33.3%
6Barbour County, Alabama$2,123,9264.2%37.5%
7Henry County, Alabama$1,849,1663.6%41.1%
8Hale County, Alabama$1,681,9943.3%44.4%
9Marshall County, Alabama$1,654,5103.2%47.7%
10DeKalb County, Alabama$1,648,4693.2%50.9%
11Escambia County, Alabama$1,631,4133.2%54.1%
12Dale County, Alabama$1,613,9353.2%57.3%
13Houston County, Alabama$1,605,1453.1%60.4%
14Monroe County, Alabama$1,576,8113.1%63.5%
15Pike County, Alabama$1,139,1842.2%65.7%
16Blount County, Alabama$930,4111.8%67.6%
17Perry County, Alabama$923,8701.8%69.4%
18Marengo County, Alabama$772,9451.5%70.9%
19Washington County, Alabama$750,8151.5%72.4%
20Crenshaw County, Alabama$745,4841.5%73.8%
21Clarke County, Alabama$694,4581.4%75.2%
22Madison County, Alabama$669,1811.3%76.5%
23Cullman County, Alabama$661,2001.3%77.8%
24Butler County, Alabama$602,1931.2%79.0%
25Jackson County, Alabama$588,7051.2%80.1%
26Conecuh County, Alabama$575,7981.1%81.3%
27Greene County, Alabama$544,3991.1%82.3%
28Lawrence County, Alabama$544,0031.1%83.4%
29Calhoun County, Alabama$532,8251.0%84.4%
30Limestone County, Alabama$494,8981.0%85.4%
31Wilcox County, Alabama$491,3211.0%86.4%
32Dallas County, Alabama$489,5641.0%87.3%
33Marion County, Alabama$471,7400.9%88.3%
34Lowndes County, Alabama$463,9760.9%89.2%
35Etowah County, Alabama$393,7110.8%89.9%
36Choctaw County, Alabama$326,2030.6%90.6%
37Pickens County, Alabama$323,8930.6%91.2%
38Franklin County, Alabama$321,0730.6%91.8%
39Russell County, Alabama$289,5430.6%92.4%
40Lee County, Alabama$267,9220.5%92.9%
41Autauga County, Alabama$264,7770.5%93.5%
42Sumter County, Alabama$256,7840.5%94.0%
43Cherokee County, Alabama$256,4620.5%94.5%
44Walker County, Alabama$251,7780.5%95.0%
45Chambers County, Alabama$215,6800.4%95.4%
46Montgomery County, Alabama$215,3580.4%95.8%
47Bullock County, Alabama$214,8040.4%96.2%
48Randolph County, Alabama$209,1290.4%96.6%
49Lamar County, Alabama$156,5790.3%96.9%
50Talladega County, Alabama$147,2380.3%97.2%
51Fayette County, Alabama$145,9550.3%97.5%
52Saint Clair County, Alabama$143,8690.3%97.8%
53Chilton County, Alabama$129,2680.3%98.0%
54Winston County, Alabama$127,4200.2%98.3%
55Elmore County, Alabama$122,9860.2%98.5%
56Macon County, Alabama$118,9230.2%98.8%
57Tallapoosa County, Alabama$96,4310.2%99.0%
58Jefferson County, Alabama$94,8760.2%99.1%
59Morgan County, Alabama$80,7130.2%99.3%
60Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$76,8080.2%99.5%
61Lauderdale County, Alabama$68,9070.1%99.6%
62Cleburne County, Alabama$53,6440.1%99.7%
63Colbert County, Alabama$47,0150.1%99.8%
64Clay County, Alabama$46,1020.1%99.9%
65Shelby County, Alabama$33,4440.1%99.9%
66Bibb County, Alabama$26,1440.1%100.0%
67Coosa County, Alabama$4,0600.0%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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