Conservation payments in Glenn County, California totaled $4.3 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Glenn County, California Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1California NRCS$213,575,24643.5%43.5%
2San Luis Obispo County, California$58,261,28111.9%55.4%
3Siskiyou County, California$28,913,7805.9%61.3%
4Yolo County, California$15,742,7363.2%64.5%
5Merced County, California$13,444,3642.7%67.2%
6Monterey County, California$13,078,9462.7%69.9%
7San Joaquin County, California$12,197,8242.5%72.4%
8Modoc County, California$10,575,4712.2%74.5%
9Stanislaus County, California$8,889,1831.8%76.3%
10Fresno County, California$8,374,2061.7%78.0%
11Tulare County, California$5,805,1631.2%79.2%
12Kern County, California$5,653,8441.2%80.4%
13Colusa County, California$5,507,0261.1%81.5%
14Ventura County, California$5,479,4481.1%82.6%
15Butte County, California$5,189,0251.1%83.7%
16San Diego County, California$4,896,8431.0%84.7%
17Kings County, California$4,663,0840.9%85.6%
18Glenn County, California$4,322,9830.9%86.5%
19Madera County, California$4,170,9170.8%87.3%
20Mendocino County, California$3,981,8790.8%88.2%
21Solano County, California$3,907,1490.8%89.0%
22Humboldt County, California$3,887,4210.8%89.7%
23Sutter County, California$3,869,5830.8%90.5%
24Sacramento County, California$3,349,1220.7%91.2%
25Lassen County, California$3,138,4660.6%91.9%
26Sonoma County, California$2,926,6500.6%92.5%
27Imperial County, California$2,780,8730.6%93.0%
28Tuolumne County, California$2,583,8220.5%93.5%
29Riverside County, California$2,510,8210.5%94.1%
30Santa Barbara County, California$2,486,7290.5%94.6%
31Shasta County, California$2,331,9250.5%95.0%
32Tehama County, California$2,308,3770.5%95.5%
33Nevada County, California$1,983,8580.4%95.9%
34Mono County, California$1,883,3280.4%96.3%
35Marin County, California$1,768,9850.4%96.7%
36Napa County, California$1,596,4310.3%97.0%
37Yuba County, California$1,568,5760.3%97.3%
38San Bernardino County, California$1,432,3290.3%97.6%
39Mariposa County, California$1,372,7260.3%97.9%
40Trinity County, California$1,303,2680.3%98.1%
41Los Angeles County, California$1,026,8830.2%98.3%
42San Benito County, California$1,022,7240.2%98.6%
43El Dorado County, California$994,9600.2%98.8%
44Placer County, California$949,7460.2%99.0%
45Amador County, California$710,6420.1%99.1%
46Lake County, California$664,4210.1%99.2%
47Alameda County, California$580,6340.1%99.3%
48Plumas County, California$552,3720.1%99.5%
49Contra Costa County, California$486,6970.1%99.6%
50Calaveras County, California$455,6180.1%99.7%
51San Mateo County, California$455,2760.1%99.7%
52Santa Cruz County, California$407,2370.1%99.8%
53Santa Clara County, California$326,9060.1%99.9%
54Sierra County, California$316,4940.1%100.0%
55Del Norte County, California$102,3630.0%100.0%
56Alpine County, California$55,9280.0%100.0%
57Inyo County, California$22,0480.0%100.0%
58Orange County, California$15,0000.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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