Emergency Conservation payments in California totaled $5.4 million in 2019

Counties in California Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2019

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Ventura County, California$1,274,70423.5%23.5%
2Sonoma County, California$860,86915.8%39.3%
3Mariposa County, California$639,71211.8%51.1%
4Modoc County, California$402,1377.4%58.5%
5Lassen County, California$389,8427.2%65.7%
6Kings County, California$370,7106.8%72.5%
7Mendocino County, California$359,3276.6%79.1%
8Yolo County, California$335,0436.2%85.3%
9Mono County, California$156,4602.9%88.1%
10Napa County, California$149,8042.8%90.9%
11Monterey County, California$140,4162.6%93.5%
12Santa Barbara County, California$111,4782.1%95.5%
13Lake County, California$96,2441.8%97.3%
14Yuba County, California$51,2240.9%98.3%
15Siskiyou County, California$25,5860.5%98.7%
16Sierra County, California$25,5000.5%99.2%
17Marin County, California$13,0820.2%99.4%
18Plumas County, California$11,2500.2%99.6%
19Butte County, California$8,2100.2%99.8%
20Calaveras County, California$5,6370.1%99.9%
21Solano County, California$3,8940.1%100.0%
22Sutter County, California$1,7820.0%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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