Emergency Conservation payments in Hale County, Alabama totaled $0 in 2018

Counties in Hale County, Alabama Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2018

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Escambia County, Alabama$313,83146.7%46.7%
2Covington County, Alabama$49,5847.4%54.0%
3Pike County, Alabama$41,3886.2%60.2%
4Marshall County, Alabama$30,0804.5%64.7%
5Geneva County, Alabama$25,7333.8%68.5%
6Conecuh County, Alabama$23,9663.6%72.0%
7Fayette County, Alabama$23,3153.5%75.5%
8DeKalb County, Alabama$22,1693.3%78.8%
9Etowah County, Alabama$18,1392.7%81.5%
10Crenshaw County, Alabama$17,5482.6%84.1%
11Winston County, Alabama$16,5472.5%86.6%
12Clarke County, Alabama$15,0002.2%88.8%
13Lawrence County, Alabama$14,2732.1%90.9%
14Marion County, Alabama$11,8251.8%92.7%
15Pickens County, Alabama$10,8121.6%94.3%
16Lauderdale County, Alabama$9,5621.4%95.7%
17Cullman County, Alabama$9,5271.4%97.1%
18Marengo County, Alabama$8,8491.3%98.4%
19Russell County, Alabama$3,6720.5%99.0%
20Saint Clair County, Alabama$3,2690.5%99.5%
21Washington County, Alabama$2,3600.4%99.8%
22Franklin County, Alabama$1,1530.2%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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