Conservation payments in Saint Clair County, Alabama totaled $1.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Saint Clair County, Alabama Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Alabama NRCS$54,171,9018.6%8.6%
2Geneva County, Alabama$49,846,1327.9%16.5%
3Lawrence County, Alabama$35,756,7275.7%22.1%
4Dallas County, Alabama$24,860,1243.9%26.1%
5Covington County, Alabama$24,563,3343.9%29.9%
6Coffee County, Alabama$24,395,1583.9%33.8%
7Barbour County, Alabama$19,946,5653.2%37.0%
8Sumter County, Alabama$18,767,3443.0%39.9%
9Houston County, Alabama$18,618,1162.9%42.9%
10Perry County, Alabama$17,512,9212.8%45.6%
11Escambia County, Alabama$16,393,0292.6%48.2%
12Marengo County, Alabama$16,340,4042.6%50.8%
13Pike County, Alabama$16,125,8292.6%53.4%
14Baldwin County, Alabama$15,796,8722.5%55.9%
15Crenshaw County, Alabama$15,584,3812.5%58.3%
16Montgomery County, Alabama$14,505,6702.3%60.6%
17Greene County, Alabama$11,550,9601.8%62.5%
18Lauderdale County, Alabama$11,236,1481.8%64.2%
19Lowndes County, Alabama$11,047,7131.7%66.0%
20Wilcox County, Alabama$10,964,6111.7%67.7%
21Hale County, Alabama$10,195,7151.6%69.3%
22Henry County, Alabama$9,905,7321.6%70.9%
23Bullock County, Alabama$9,031,8301.4%72.3%
24Dale County, Alabama$8,921,7081.4%73.8%
25Conecuh County, Alabama$8,834,1791.4%75.2%
26DeKalb County, Alabama$8,736,1691.4%76.5%
27Macon County, Alabama$8,433,9651.3%77.9%
28Limestone County, Alabama$8,425,2131.3%79.2%
29Jackson County, Alabama$8,247,6421.3%80.5%
30Morgan County, Alabama$8,240,5991.3%81.8%
31Monroe County, Alabama$7,055,7071.1%82.9%
32Pickens County, Alabama$6,971,7191.1%84.0%
33Russell County, Alabama$6,813,0911.1%85.1%
34Colbert County, Alabama$5,953,9700.9%86.1%
35Marshall County, Alabama$5,952,5410.9%87.0%
36Autauga County, Alabama$5,950,6530.9%87.9%
37Cherokee County, Alabama$5,605,0840.9%88.8%
38Mobile County, Alabama$5,420,7520.9%89.7%
39Cullman County, Alabama$5,395,9990.9%90.5%
40Franklin County, Alabama$5,081,0920.8%91.3%
41Butler County, Alabama$4,778,6150.8%92.1%
42Marion County, Alabama$4,604,3280.7%92.8%
43Madison County, Alabama$4,318,7860.7%93.5%
44Blount County, Alabama$3,424,0380.5%94.0%
45Fayette County, Alabama$3,336,5660.5%94.6%
46Lamar County, Alabama$3,127,3040.5%95.1%
47Chambers County, Alabama$2,876,6190.5%95.5%
48Elmore County, Alabama$2,501,4550.4%95.9%
49Talladega County, Alabama$2,294,8790.4%96.3%
50Washington County, Alabama$2,240,8010.4%96.6%
51Lee County, Alabama$2,119,5760.3%97.0%
52Etowah County, Alabama$1,966,5690.3%97.3%
53Clarke County, Alabama$1,879,7480.3%97.6%
54Chilton County, Alabama$1,844,7370.3%97.9%
55Walker County, Alabama$1,581,1840.3%98.1%
56Tuscaloosa County, Alabama$1,527,4700.2%98.4%
57Randolph County, Alabama$1,341,1460.2%98.6%
58Tallapoosa County, Alabama$1,196,4360.2%98.8%
59Saint Clair County, Alabama$1,181,6770.2%99.0%
60Choctaw County, Alabama$1,161,8890.2%99.1%
61Calhoun County, Alabama$1,121,4430.2%99.3%
62Bibb County, Alabama$1,063,8090.2%99.5%
63Winston County, Alabama$899,2720.1%99.6%
64Cleburne County, Alabama$666,1380.1%99.7%
65Shelby County, Alabama$565,9850.1%99.8%
66Clay County, Alabama$486,9660.1%99.9%
67Coosa County, Alabama$353,5020.1%100.0%
68Jefferson County, Alabama$271,5600.0%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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