Emergency Conservation payments in Colorado totaled $10.7 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Colorado Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Garfield County, Colorado$1,608,56515.0%15.0%
2Weld County, Colorado$708,7356.6%21.7%
3Pueblo County, Colorado$659,0646.2%27.8%
4Morgan County, Colorado$606,9055.7%33.5%
5Larimer County, Colorado$558,9895.2%38.7%
6Montrose County, Colorado$518,3134.8%43.6%
7Otero County, Colorado$482,8724.5%48.1%
8Las Animas County, Colorado$477,8094.5%52.6%
9Eagle County, Colorado$448,6264.2%56.8%
10Logan County, Colorado$416,6323.9%60.7%
11Conejos County, Colorado$413,1743.9%64.5%
12Bent County, Colorado$370,1483.5%68.0%
13Moffat County, Colorado$258,1482.4%70.4%
14Fremont County, Colorado$247,8172.3%72.7%
15Huerfano County, Colorado$246,4502.3%75.0%
16Rio Blanco County, Colorado$232,2032.2%77.2%
17La Plata County, Colorado$217,8452.0%79.2%
18Prowers County, Colorado$192,6771.8%81.0%
19Pitkin County, Colorado$191,2951.8%82.8%
20Mesa County, Colorado$166,8611.6%84.4%
21Routt County, Colorado$159,3951.5%85.9%
22Archuleta County, Colorado$141,3691.3%87.2%
23Rio Grande County, Colorado$130,4571.2%88.4%
24El Paso County, Colorado$126,8341.2%89.6%
25Boulder County, Colorado$112,4181.1%90.6%
26Washington County, Colorado$106,8541.0%91.6%
27Crowley County, Colorado$95,6260.9%92.5%
28Saguache County, Colorado$94,8760.9%93.4%
29Ouray County, Colorado$93,7260.9%94.3%
30San Miguel County, Colorado$83,4330.8%95.1%
31Costilla County, Colorado$67,9880.6%95.7%
32Jackson County, Colorado$65,8500.6%96.3%
33Sedgwick County, Colorado$63,8770.6%96.9%
34Yuma County, Colorado$51,2440.5%97.4%
35Gunnison County, Colorado$49,2430.5%97.9%
36Alamosa County, Colorado$45,5180.4%98.3%
37Custer County, Colorado$43,9150.4%98.7%
38Baca County, Colorado$32,4340.3%99.0%
39Delta County, Colorado$29,4460.3%99.3%
40Montezuma County, Colorado$23,1740.2%99.5%
41Dolores County, Colorado$12,9050.1%99.6%
42Chaffee County, Colorado$11,6280.1%99.7%
43Lincoln County, Colorado$10,1530.1%99.8%
44Grand County, Colorado$7,9840.1%99.9%
45Kiowa County, Colorado$6,7790.1%100.0%
46Summit County, Colorado$2,8060.0%100.0%
47Phillips County, Colorado$1,3680.0%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.

 

Farm Subsidies Education

AgMag