Conservation payments in Weld County, Colorado totaled $178 million from 1995-2016.

Counties in Weld County, Colorado Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2016

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Weld County, Colorado$178,353,6059.8%9.8%
2Baca County, Colorado$173,437,6989.5%19.3%
3Washington County, Colorado$155,261,5778.5%27.8%
4Kit Carson County, Colorado$145,795,0898.0%35.8%
5Kiowa County, Colorado$140,591,1217.7%43.5%
6Colorado NRCS$125,433,5036.9%50.4%
7Prowers County, Colorado$117,470,4736.4%56.9%
8Lincoln County, Colorado$96,679,2775.3%62.2%
9Logan County, Colorado$89,964,1514.9%67.1%
10Cheyenne County, Colorado$89,270,4564.9%72.0%
11Yuma County, Colorado$85,180,3464.7%76.7%
12Morgan County, Colorado$64,501,8393.5%80.2%
13Phillips County, Colorado$34,390,7951.9%82.1%
14Adams County, Colorado$32,080,1121.8%83.8%
15Elbert County, Colorado$28,507,3141.6%85.4%
16Moffat County, Colorado$24,386,9891.3%86.8%
17Dolores County, Colorado$23,084,9571.3%88.0%
18Pueblo County, Colorado$22,185,9301.2%89.2%
19Bent County, Colorado$19,483,8291.1%90.3%
20Montezuma County, Colorado$18,747,4001.0%91.3%
21Arapahoe County, Colorado$16,670,5430.9%92.2%
22Las Animas County, Colorado$16,187,6180.9%93.1%
23Crowley County, Colorado$15,571,2260.9%94.0%
24Routt County, Colorado$14,783,6290.8%94.8%
25La Plata County, Colorado$13,194,7200.7%95.5%
26Sedgwick County, Colorado$13,152,1200.7%96.2%
27El Paso County, Colorado$10,910,1730.6%96.8%
28Montrose County, Colorado$6,591,9170.4%97.2%
29Mesa County, Colorado$6,254,4380.3%97.5%
30Delta County, Colorado$5,656,6680.3%97.9%
31Otero County, Colorado$4,646,2450.3%98.1%
32Garfield County, Colorado$4,635,1400.3%98.4%
33Saguache County, Colorado$3,798,9350.2%98.6%
34Rio Blanco County, Colorado$3,148,2330.2%98.7%
35San Miguel County, Colorado$3,056,7100.2%98.9%
36Huerfano County, Colorado$2,393,9890.1%99.0%
37Conejos County, Colorado$2,233,7820.1%99.2%
38Alamosa County, Colorado$2,092,8710.1%99.3%
39Larimer County, Colorado$1,840,6870.1%99.4%
40Rio Grande County, Colorado$1,635,8820.1%99.5%
41Eagle County, Colorado$1,523,2680.1%99.6%
42Boulder County, Colorado$1,110,3970.1%99.6%
43Gunnison County, Colorado$1,070,5880.1%99.7%
44Archuleta County, Colorado$1,038,8740.1%99.7%
45Costilla County, Colorado$859,6870.0%99.8%
46Fremont County, Colorado$701,5870.0%99.8%
47Jackson County, Colorado$398,5330.0%99.8%
48Grand County, Colorado$394,2560.0%99.9%
49Custer County, Colorado$376,1880.0%99.9%
50Pitkin County, Colorado$372,6490.0%99.9%
51Douglas County, Colorado$339,8660.0%99.9%
52Teller County, Colorado$279,0110.0%99.9%
53Ouray County, Colorado$271,0140.0%100.0%
54Park County, Colorado$271,0000.0%100.0%
55Chaffee County, Colorado$189,9240.0%100.0%
56Mineral County, Colorado$103,1580.0%100.0%
57Denver County, Colorado$82,2350.0%100.0%
58Jefferson County, Colorado$65,4640.0%100.0%
59Hinsdale County, Colorado$59,8070.0%100.0%
60Gilpin County, Colorado$14,5360.0%100.0%
61Summit County, Colorado$14,2080.0%100.0%
62Lake County, Colorado$1,0680.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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