Emergency Conservation payments in Florida totaled $81.8 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Florida Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dade County, Florida$16,051,15519.6%19.6%
2Palm Beach County, Florida$6,263,5757.7%27.3%
3Hardee County, Florida$6,112,1677.5%34.8%
4Volusia County, Florida$5,436,5266.7%41.4%
5Polk County, Florida$5,269,6016.4%47.9%
6Sumter County, Florida$5,076,4866.2%54.1%
7Santa Rosa County, Florida$4,356,6895.3%59.4%
8Lake County, Florida$2,766,6253.4%62.8%
9Highlands County, Florida$2,730,4513.3%66.1%
10DeSoto County, Florida$2,713,3933.3%69.4%
11Putnam County, Florida$1,844,7292.3%71.7%
12Hendry County, Florida$1,833,9362.2%73.9%
13Collier County, Florida$1,470,1351.8%75.7%
14Martin County, Florida$1,393,2141.7%77.5%
15Okeechobee County, Florida$1,375,2081.7%79.1%
16Saint Lucie County, Florida$1,312,7611.6%80.7%
17Escambia County, Florida$1,233,1421.5%82.2%
18Lee County, Florida$1,161,1231.4%83.7%
19Hillsborough County, Florida$1,143,1371.4%85.1%
20Broward County, Florida$908,9951.1%86.2%
21Pasco County, Florida$872,8601.1%87.2%
22Hernando County, Florida$795,2321.0%88.2%
23Walton County, Florida$794,3491.0%89.2%
24Marion County, Florida$745,9320.9%90.1%
25Okaloosa County, Florida$739,7570.9%91.0%
26Citrus County, Florida$723,6140.9%91.9%
27Indian River County, Florida$716,7970.9%92.8%
28Glades County, Florida$592,2810.7%93.5%
29Osceola County, Florida$571,1760.7%94.2%
30Charlotte County, Florida$484,7070.6%94.8%
31Suwannee County, Florida$429,7920.5%95.3%
32Orange County, Florida$397,9250.5%95.8%
33Holmes County, Florida$382,2640.5%96.3%
34Manatee County, Florida$377,1190.5%96.7%
35Alachua County, Florida$347,3140.4%97.2%
36Jackson County, Florida$294,0670.4%97.5%
37Gilchrist County, Florida$262,4430.3%97.8%
38Columbia County, Florida$223,2860.3%98.1%
39Jefferson County, Florida$213,2440.3%98.4%
40Washington County, Florida$204,3690.2%98.6%
41Brevard County, Florida$200,7690.2%98.9%
42Levy County, Florida$180,1820.2%99.1%
43Sarasota County, Florida$164,2750.2%99.3%
44Dixie County, Florida$103,9290.1%99.4%
45Taylor County, Florida$83,4360.1%99.5%
46Seminole County, Florida$80,4220.1%99.6%
47Hamilton County, Florida$63,0910.1%99.7%
48Lafayette County, Florida$62,4690.1%99.8%
49Saint Johns County, Florida$50,4530.1%99.8%
50Flagler County, Florida$34,1670.0%99.9%
51Union County, Florida$22,3400.0%99.9%
52Clay County, Florida$20,4690.0%99.9%
53Duval County, Florida$20,0010.0%99.9%
54Bradford County, Florida$14,9770.0%100.0%
55Bay County, Florida$8,9190.0%100.0%
56Madison County, Florida$8,5150.0%100.0%
57Leon County, Florida$5,5790.0%100.0%
58Pinellas County, Florida$4,7520.0%100.0%
59Baker County, Florida$1,7570.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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