Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Collier County, Florida totaled $0 from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Collier County, Florida Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Santa Rosa County, Florida$3,362,47325.2%25.2%
2Jackson County, Florida$2,130,24215.9%41.1%
3Escambia County, Florida$1,801,68013.5%54.6%
4Okeechobee County, Florida$789,8605.9%60.5%
5Washington County, Florida$535,3754.0%64.5%
6Hardee County, Florida$517,0053.9%68.4%
7Holmes County, Florida$509,3383.8%72.2%
8Suwannee County, Florida$496,7763.7%75.9%
9Okaloosa County, Florida$419,5633.1%79.1%
10Lafayette County, Florida$377,5692.8%81.9%
11Walton County, Florida$355,9402.7%84.6%
12Madison County, Florida$313,2192.3%86.9%
13Calhoun County, Florida$280,2342.1%89.0%
14Jefferson County, Florida$260,1991.9%91.0%
15Manatee County, Florida$227,1011.7%92.7%
16Highlands County, Florida$145,1501.1%93.7%
17Levy County, Florida$138,7691.0%94.8%
18Columbia County, Florida$91,2620.7%95.5%
19Alachua County, Florida$90,3300.7%96.1%
20DeSoto County, Florida$85,3740.6%96.8%
21Hamilton County, Florida$77,6390.6%97.4%
22Sumter County, Florida$59,1860.4%97.8%
23Duval County, Florida$51,0920.4%98.2%
24Brevard County, Florida$48,9560.4%98.6%
25Polk County, Florida$36,9410.3%98.8%
26Gadsden County, Florida$27,1410.2%99.0%
27Putnam County, Florida$26,6440.2%99.2%
28Marion County, Florida$23,8190.2%99.4%
29Gilchrist County, Florida$23,3600.2%99.6%
30Pasco County, Florida$18,5680.1%99.7%
31Hendry County, Florida$10,2400.1%99.8%
32Nassau County, Florida$8,6840.1%99.9%
33Volusia County, Florida$7,8380.1%99.9%
34Saint Johns County, Florida$5,8900.0%100.0%
35Dixie County, Florida$2,6480.0%100.0%
36Flagler County, Florida$1,5770.0%100.0%
37Wakulla County, Florida$1500.0%100.0%
38Dade County, Florida$60.0%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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