Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments in Boone County, Arkansas totaled $5,267 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Boone County, Arkansas Receiving Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP)
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Arkansas NRCS$1,410,69662.7%62.7%
2Fulton County, Arkansas$124,6295.5%68.2%
3Searcy County, Arkansas$104,4474.6%72.9%
4White County, Arkansas$70,5713.1%76.0%
5Faulkner County, Arkansas$67,2323.0%79.0%
6Sharp County, Arkansas$57,4462.6%81.6%
7Stone County, Arkansas$51,6922.3%83.9%
8Madison County, Arkansas$41,6011.8%85.7%
9Newton County, Arkansas$37,6501.7%87.4%
10Monroe County, Arkansas$29,0851.3%88.7%
11Franklin County, Arkansas$29,0611.3%90.0%
12Izard County, Arkansas$26,5371.2%91.1%
13Washington County, Arkansas$21,9871.0%92.1%
14Van Buren County, Arkansas$21,1160.9%93.1%
15Yell County, Arkansas$18,2720.8%93.9%
16Conway County, Arkansas$16,8290.7%94.6%
17Woodruff County, Arkansas$15,0300.7%95.3%
18Jefferson County, Arkansas$14,9210.7%96.0%
19Pulaski County, Arkansas$13,6510.6%96.6%
20Cleburne County, Arkansas$13,3740.6%97.2%
21Randolph County, Arkansas$10,1560.5%97.6%
22Prairie County, Arkansas$7,8280.3%98.0%
23Johnson County, Arkansas$7,6390.3%98.3%
24Crawford County, Arkansas$5,7960.3%98.5%
25Carroll County, Arkansas$5,4010.2%98.8%
26Boone County, Arkansas$5,2670.2%99.0%
27Benton County, Arkansas$3,5240.2%99.2%
28Pope County, Arkansas$3,2820.1%99.3%
29Independence County, Arkansas$2,6650.1%99.4%
30Sebastian County, Arkansas$2,5500.1%99.6%
31Desha County, Arkansas$2,4750.1%99.7%
32Baxter County, Arkansas$2,1130.1%99.8%
33Polk County, Arkansas$1,5730.1%99.8%
34Lonoke County, Arkansas$1,4600.1%99.9%
35Marion County, Arkansas$1,4500.1%100.0%
36Craighead County, Arkansas$6100.0%100.0%
37Pike County, Arkansas$3080.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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