Agricultural Conservation Program payments in Grand County, Colorado totaled $70,452 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Grand County, Colorado Receiving Agricultural Conservation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Agricultural Conservation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Weld County, Colorado$613,75510.9%10.9%
2Otero County, Colorado$547,3699.8%20.7%
3Washington County, Colorado$209,3143.7%24.4%
4Las Animas County, Colorado$174,7123.1%27.5%
5Montezuma County, Colorado$162,3272.9%30.4%
6Fremont County, Colorado$157,3892.8%33.2%
7Kit Carson County, Colorado$153,0712.7%35.9%
8Logan County, Colorado$152,0232.7%38.7%
9Pueblo County, Colorado$145,6512.6%41.2%
10Garfield County, Colorado$140,5892.5%43.8%
11Baca County, Colorado$137,0352.4%46.2%
12Conejos County, Colorado$131,8382.3%48.5%
13Yuma County, Colorado$123,0552.2%50.7%
14Moffat County, Colorado$118,5972.1%52.8%
15Montrose County, Colorado$110,6382.0%54.8%
16La Plata County, Colorado$110,0022.0%56.8%
17Rio Grande County, Colorado$107,3801.9%58.7%
18Lincoln County, Colorado$105,1951.9%60.6%
19Mesa County, Colorado$94,9081.7%62.3%
20Sedgwick County, Colorado$92,1221.6%63.9%
21Boulder County, Colorado$91,8351.6%65.5%
22Saguache County, Colorado$90,9171.6%67.1%
23Prowers County, Colorado$90,5451.6%68.8%
24Bent County, Colorado$88,9491.6%70.3%
25Kiowa County, Colorado$88,2171.6%71.9%
26Routt County, Colorado$87,8601.6%73.5%
27Cheyenne County, Colorado$87,7151.6%75.0%
28Delta County, Colorado$84,8651.5%76.6%
29Morgan County, Colorado$80,6381.4%78.0%
30Huerfano County, Colorado$79,2981.4%79.4%
31Adams County, Colorado$78,0871.4%80.8%
32Elbert County, Colorado$76,8041.4%82.2%
33Grand County, Colorado$70,4521.3%83.4%
34Alamosa County, Colorado$69,8601.2%84.7%
35Larimer County, Colorado$67,1881.2%85.9%
36Phillips County, Colorado$65,9251.2%87.0%
37Crowley County, Colorado$65,2871.2%88.2%
38Arapahoe County, Colorado$64,9681.2%89.4%
39Gunnison County, Colorado$63,7001.1%90.5%
40Custer County, Colorado$61,4881.1%91.6%
41El Paso County, Colorado$60,9691.1%92.7%
42Costilla County, Colorado$48,8100.9%93.5%
43Dolores County, Colorado$48,5070.9%94.4%
44Rio Blanco County, Colorado$43,4060.8%95.2%
45Archuleta County, Colorado$42,9520.8%95.9%
46Eagle County, Colorado$33,0220.6%96.5%
47San Miguel County, Colorado$30,4410.5%97.1%
48Ouray County, Colorado$26,4190.5%97.5%
49Pitkin County, Colorado$26,1010.5%98.0%
50Jackson County, Colorado$24,0020.4%98.4%
51Chaffee County, Colorado$23,4480.4%98.9%
52Mineral County, Colorado$15,5520.3%99.1%
53Park County, Colorado$14,2850.3%99.4%
54Summit County, Colorado$11,4020.2%99.6%
55Douglas County, Colorado$10,2640.2%99.8%
56Hinsdale County, Colorado$6,8570.1%99.9%
57Teller County, Colorado$4,8690.1%100.0%
58Lake County, Colorado$1,0680.0%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.

 

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