Emergency Conservation payments in Jackson County, Florida totaled $255,800 in 2020

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2020

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Carolina$14,081,74618.5%18.5%
2Nebraska$13,683,13318.0%36.6%
3Georgia$12,747,42316.8%53.3%
4Florida$12,674,87816.7%70.0%
5Missouri$2,860,6113.8%73.8%
6South Carolina$2,820,8443.7%77.5%
7California$2,745,2483.6%81.1%
8Texas$2,442,7073.2%84.3%
9Iowa$2,009,8552.6%87.0%
10Arkansas$1,861,5622.5%89.4%
11Oregon$1,261,4471.7%91.1%
12Oklahoma$1,101,9171.5%92.6%
13Washington$774,9071.0%93.6%
14Alabama$571,2680.8%94.3%
15Tennessee$451,5270.6%94.9%
16Montana$443,9140.6%95.5%
17Hawaii$428,8530.6%96.1%
18Mississippi$378,1610.5%96.6%
19Virginia$325,9900.4%97.0%
20South Dakota$310,5610.4%97.4%
21New Mexico$229,0840.3%97.7%
22Wisconsin$219,8280.3%98.0%
23Colorado$207,0070.3%98.3%
24Kentucky$201,7030.3%98.5%
25New Hampshire$154,4420.2%98.7%
26Kansas$149,2090.2%98.9%
27Wyoming$142,2870.2%99.1%
28Ohio$109,7440.1%99.3%
29Arizona$109,5280.1%99.4%
30West Virginia$108,3380.1%99.6%
31Idaho$103,0630.1%99.7%
32Nevada$73,5060.1%99.8%
33Vermont$58,8060.1%99.9%
34Maryland$33,2250.0%99.9%
35Maine$15,8270.0%99.9%
36Pennsylvania$13,7760.0%99.9%
37Delaware$12,3090.0%100.0%
38Connecticut$9,5190.0%100.0%
39Illinois$9,1220.0%100.0%
40Louisiana$7,3850.0%100.0%
41New York$2,0700.0%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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