Wetlands Reserve Program payments in California totaled $30.3 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in California Receiving Wetlands Reserve Program payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Wetlands Reserve Program
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1California NRCS$21,771,11871.7%71.7%
2Modoc County, California$4,676,17715.4%87.1%
3Colusa County, California$864,3902.8%90.0%
4Lassen County, California$710,0422.3%92.3%
5Fresno County, California$366,3011.2%93.5%
6Merced County, California$263,2140.9%94.4%
7Yolo County, California$256,8330.8%95.3%
8Solano County, California$251,0390.8%96.1%
9Butte County, California$238,4330.8%96.9%
10Siskiyou County, California$208,9900.7%97.6%
11Tulare County, California$133,3540.4%98.0%
12San Luis Obispo County, California$124,5320.4%98.4%
13Stanislaus County, California$112,6360.4%98.8%
14Sacramento County, California$112,4190.4%99.1%
15Humboldt County, California$59,2280.2%99.3%
16Shasta County, California$38,2230.1%99.5%
17Glenn County, California$35,5460.1%99.6%
18Sutter County, California$32,5930.1%99.7%
19San Diego County, California$25,7850.1%99.8%
20Trinity County, California$17,4990.1%99.8%
21Yuba County, California$17,0000.1%99.9%
22Kern County, California$9,9710.0%99.9%
23Contra Costa County, California$9,6380.0%100.0%
24Calaveras County, California$9,0000.0%100.0%
25San Joaquin County, California$3,9000.0%100.0%
26Plumas County, California$2300.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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