Emergency Conservation payments in Broward County, Florida totaled $124,198 in 2019

Counties in Broward County, Florida Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2019

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lake County, Florida$1,966,46112.9%12.9%
2Hardee County, Florida$1,666,39510.9%23.8%
3Sumter County, Florida$1,543,43910.1%33.9%
4Polk County, Florida$1,536,60010.1%44.0%
5Highlands County, Florida$1,170,0757.7%51.7%
6Hendry County, Florida$1,073,6497.0%58.7%
7Volusia County, Florida$860,3255.6%64.3%
8DeSoto County, Florida$684,5574.5%68.8%
9Okeechobee County, Florida$528,8213.5%72.3%
10Palm Beach County, Florida$460,9673.0%75.3%
11Hillsborough County, Florida$379,0242.5%77.8%
12Saint Lucie County, Florida$343,3722.3%80.0%
13Lee County, Florida$342,0622.2%82.3%
14Putnam County, Florida$279,3361.8%84.1%
15Glades County, Florida$263,2321.7%85.8%
16Orange County, Florida$244,6521.6%87.4%
17Hernando County, Florida$241,7601.6%89.0%
18Marion County, Florida$208,5091.4%90.4%
19Pasco County, Florida$143,0440.9%91.3%
20Suwannee County, Florida$142,9910.9%92.3%
21Indian River County, Florida$130,8010.9%93.1%
22Charlotte County, Florida$127,0070.8%94.0%
23Osceola County, Florida$124,7350.8%94.8%
24Broward County, Florida$124,1980.8%95.6%
25Citrus County, Florida$101,6070.7%96.2%
26Collier County, Florida$99,2820.7%96.9%
27Manatee County, Florida$79,1780.5%97.4%
28Sarasota County, Florida$79,0470.5%97.9%
29Alachua County, Florida$63,4600.4%98.4%
30Martin County, Florida$58,0540.4%98.7%
31Jefferson County, Florida$45,1240.3%99.0%
32Hamilton County, Florida$32,5690.2%99.2%
33Gilchrist County, Florida$23,5430.2%99.4%
34Dade County, Florida$23,2920.2%99.5%
35Brevard County, Florida$18,3300.1%99.7%
36Lafayette County, Florida$17,3030.1%99.8%
37Levy County, Florida$10,3370.1%99.8%
38Dixie County, Florida$6,2450.0%99.9%
39Leon County, Florida$5,5790.0%99.9%
40Taylor County, Florida$4,6950.0%100.0%
41Bradford County, Florida$4,4520.0%100.0%
42Flagler County, Florida$1,6140.0%100.0%
43Clay County, Florida$4230.0%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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