Emergency Conservation payments in California totaled $51.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Ventura County, California$6,751,82313.1%13.1%
2Monterey County, California$5,128,6439.9%23.0%
3San Joaquin County, California$3,463,6326.7%29.7%
4San Diego County, California$3,250,5586.3%36.0%
5Sonoma County, California$2,488,2294.8%40.8%
6Butte County, California$2,250,6144.4%45.2%
7Mendocino County, California$2,074,8914.0%49.2%
8Santa Barbara County, California$1,753,6943.4%52.6%
9Modoc County, California$1,695,2383.3%55.8%
10Mariposa County, California$1,619,0603.1%59.0%
11Kern County, California$1,253,8932.4%61.4%
12Siskiyou County, California$1,216,3152.4%63.8%
13Lake County, California$1,209,2122.3%66.1%
14Napa County, California$1,182,7772.3%68.4%
15Lassen County, California$1,167,4922.3%70.6%
16Tehama County, California$1,053,2892.0%72.7%
17Humboldt County, California$1,035,1922.0%74.7%
18San Benito County, California$1,032,5602.0%76.7%
19Stanislaus County, California$1,031,9592.0%78.7%
20Yolo County, California$997,4811.9%80.6%
21Calaveras County, California$771,4621.5%82.1%
22Sacramento County, California$761,8641.5%83.6%
23Fresno County, California$733,6611.4%85.0%
24Yuba County, California$686,2341.3%86.3%
25Glenn County, California$633,7571.2%87.6%
26Colusa County, California$622,2371.2%88.8%
27Plumas County, California$507,1921.0%89.7%
28San Luis Obispo County, California$492,7151.0%90.7%
29Tuolumne County, California$491,3021.0%91.6%
30Marin County, California$408,2020.8%92.4%
31Mono County, California$404,5420.8%93.2%
32Kings County, California$403,3280.8%94.0%
33Solano County, California$392,1930.8%94.8%
34Santa Clara County, California$322,2900.6%95.4%
35Merced County, California$316,1670.6%96.0%
36Madera County, California$307,8430.6%96.6%
37Sutter County, California$294,6620.6%97.2%
38Santa Cruz County, California$192,9240.4%97.5%
39Riverside County, California$167,5190.3%97.9%
40Alameda County, California$155,1310.3%98.2%
41Tulare County, California$143,2720.3%98.4%
42Shasta County, California$134,7920.3%98.7%
43San Mateo County, California$120,6340.2%98.9%
44San Bernardino County, California$108,4420.2%99.1%
45Sierra County, California$106,9100.2%99.3%
46Los Angeles County, California$93,9850.2%99.5%
47Imperial County, California$78,3820.2%99.7%
48Alpine County, California$38,4120.1%99.8%
49Amador County, California$37,5570.1%99.8%
50Contra Costa County, California$32,5650.1%99.9%
51El Dorado County, California$17,0390.0%99.9%
52Orange County, California$15,0000.0%100.0%
53Nevada County, California$10,6520.0%100.0%
54Placer County, California$9,0450.0%100.0%
55Trinity County, California$3,8080.0%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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