Emergency Conservation payments in Jackson County, Alabama totaled $54,635 in 2011

Counties in Jackson County, Alabama Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2011

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1DeKalb County, Alabama$212,64421.0%21.0%
2Marshall County, Alabama$200,85019.8%40.8%
3Geneva County, Alabama$123,86712.2%53.1%
4Blount County, Alabama$86,9268.6%61.6%
5Calhoun County, Alabama$60,8526.0%67.7%
6Jackson County, Alabama$54,6355.4%73.1%
7Madison County, Alabama$45,8674.5%77.6%
8Limestone County, Alabama$41,7214.1%81.7%
9Coffee County, Alabama$25,2552.5%84.2%
10Marion County, Alabama$15,6611.5%85.7%
11Tallapoosa County, Alabama$13,8661.4%87.1%
12Pickens County, Alabama$13,7251.4%88.5%
13Elmore County, Alabama$12,4631.2%89.7%
14Houston County, Alabama$12,2041.2%90.9%
15Autauga County, Alabama$10,7801.1%92.0%
16Jefferson County, Alabama$10,5941.0%93.0%
17Etowah County, Alabama$10,0611.0%94.0%
18Barbour County, Alabama$9,9501.0%95.0%
19Fayette County, Alabama$9,2070.9%95.9%
20Walker County, Alabama$8,9990.9%96.8%
21Cherokee County, Alabama$7,9970.8%97.6%
22Henry County, Alabama$7,6720.8%98.3%
23Lamar County, Alabama$6,6910.7%99.0%
24Macon County, Alabama$3,3540.3%99.3%
25Talladega County, Alabama$3,0180.3%99.6%
26Saint Clair County, Alabama$2,6500.3%99.9%
27Marengo County, Alabama$1,1250.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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