Emergency Conservation payments in Arkansas totaled $46.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Randolph County, Arkansas$3,685,0598.0%8.0%
2Lawrence County, Arkansas$3,532,7467.7%15.7%
3Sharp County, Arkansas$2,901,0066.3%22.0%
4Faulkner County, Arkansas$2,526,5635.5%27.5%
5Madison County, Arkansas$2,149,7664.7%32.1%
6Little River County, Arkansas$2,039,5534.4%36.6%
7Washington County, Arkansas$2,034,2494.4%41.0%
8Perry County, Arkansas$2,019,7464.4%45.4%
9Searcy County, Arkansas$2,008,1264.4%49.7%
10Jackson County, Arkansas$1,725,2953.7%53.5%
11Carroll County, Arkansas$1,633,1363.5%57.0%
12Fulton County, Arkansas$1,512,1003.3%60.3%
13Marion County, Arkansas$1,503,9983.3%63.6%
14Boone County, Arkansas$1,376,1693.0%66.6%
15Izard County, Arkansas$1,340,5512.9%69.5%
16Stone County, Arkansas$1,239,3932.7%72.2%
17Conway County, Arkansas$1,229,3572.7%74.8%
18Van Buren County, Arkansas$1,227,0322.7%77.5%
19Benton County, Arkansas$1,080,6322.3%79.8%
20Baxter County, Arkansas$1,066,8092.3%82.2%
21Cleburne County, Arkansas$926,8232.0%84.2%
22Clay County, Arkansas$897,5291.9%86.1%
23Independence County, Arkansas$769,1491.7%87.8%
24Franklin County, Arkansas$703,3631.5%89.3%
25Hempstead County, Arkansas$531,4531.2%90.5%
26Johnson County, Arkansas$518,3931.1%91.6%
27Miller County, Arkansas$448,9221.0%92.6%
28Newton County, Arkansas$423,2040.9%93.5%
29Sevier County, Arkansas$352,3670.8%94.2%
30Greene County, Arkansas$306,7600.7%94.9%
31White County, Arkansas$204,8010.4%95.4%
32Pope County, Arkansas$199,8430.4%95.8%
33Polk County, Arkansas$171,5840.4%96.2%
34Scott County, Arkansas$162,0880.4%96.5%
35Craighead County, Arkansas$145,5190.3%96.8%
36Yell County, Arkansas$137,7660.3%97.1%
37Nevada County, Arkansas$137,4200.3%97.4%
38Pulaski County, Arkansas$115,6270.3%97.7%
39Cross County, Arkansas$110,6990.2%97.9%
40Jefferson County, Arkansas$101,9530.2%98.1%
41Clark County, Arkansas$101,6920.2%98.4%
42Lee County, Arkansas$78,7620.2%98.5%
43Hot Spring County, Arkansas$75,0060.2%98.7%
44Lonoke County, Arkansas$73,9390.2%98.9%
45Lincoln County, Arkansas$61,5480.1%99.0%
46Saint Francis County, Arkansas$61,3690.1%99.1%
47Poinsett County, Arkansas$51,2210.1%99.2%
48Howard County, Arkansas$45,7740.1%99.3%
49Woodruff County, Arkansas$44,0720.1%99.4%
50Logan County, Arkansas$41,7640.1%99.5%
51Crawford County, Arkansas$38,0470.1%99.6%
52Lafayette County, Arkansas$22,3180.0%99.7%
53Grant County, Arkansas$21,7660.0%99.7%
54Arkansas County, Arkansas$20,2560.0%99.7%
55Cleveland County, Arkansas$16,7120.0%99.8%
56Phillips County, Arkansas$16,0460.0%99.8%
57Chicot County, Arkansas$15,0200.0%99.8%
58Saline County, Arkansas$14,4620.0%99.9%
59Montgomery County, Arkansas$12,7000.0%99.9%
60Dallas County, Arkansas$10,4130.0%99.9%
61Columbia County, Arkansas$10,0160.0%100.0%
62Sebastian County, Arkansas$9,5950.0%100.0%
63Garland County, Arkansas$3,8060.0%100.0%
64Pike County, Arkansas$3,4710.0%100.0%
65Ouachita County, Arkansas$3,0000.0%100.0%
66Calhoun County, Arkansas$2,0000.0%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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