Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments in Jenkins County, Georgia totaled $28,429 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Jenkins County, Georgia Receiving Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP)
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Georgia NRCS$1,364,28570.4%70.4%
2Bleckley County, Georgia$43,8582.3%72.7%
3Long County, Georgia$43,5602.2%74.9%
4Brantley County, Georgia$38,2032.0%76.9%
5Jenkins County, Georgia$28,4291.5%78.4%
6Appling County, Georgia$28,2651.5%79.8%
7Floyd County, Georgia$28,0851.4%81.3%
8Burke County, Georgia$26,7071.4%82.7%
9Pike County, Georgia$24,9381.3%83.9%
10Hancock County, Georgia$22,6341.2%85.1%
11Jefferson County, Georgia$17,4050.9%86.0%
12Calhoun County, Georgia$14,9780.8%86.8%
13Lamar County, Georgia$14,4420.7%87.5%
14Wayne County, Georgia$13,8920.7%88.2%
15Bryan County, Georgia$13,6840.7%88.9%
16Twiggs County, Georgia$11,5090.6%89.5%
17Bacon County, Georgia$10,8250.6%90.1%
18Coffee County, Georgia$10,3130.5%90.6%
19Evans County, Georgia$10,1950.5%91.2%
20Laurens County, Georgia$9,9980.5%91.7%
21Wilcox County, Georgia$9,3200.5%92.2%
22Worth County, Georgia$9,2920.5%92.6%
23Atkinson County, Georgia$8,7690.5%93.1%
24Monroe County, Georgia$7,9480.4%93.5%
25Ware County, Georgia$7,5000.4%93.9%
26Chattooga County, Georgia$6,9640.4%94.2%
27Madison County, Georgia$6,6900.3%94.6%
28Haralson County, Georgia$6,6560.3%94.9%
29Walton County, Georgia$6,3940.3%95.3%
30Banks County, Georgia$6,3880.3%95.6%
31Wilkes County, Georgia$4,8800.3%95.8%
32Peach County, Georgia$4,7190.2%96.1%
33Thomas County, Georgia$4,5560.2%96.3%
34Camden County, Georgia$4,5210.2%96.6%
35Taylor County, Georgia$4,3430.2%96.8%
36Bulloch County, Georgia$4,1340.2%97.0%
37Talbot County, Georgia$4,0880.2%97.2%
38Turner County, Georgia$3,9150.2%97.4%
39Jeff Davis County, Georgia$3,8900.2%97.6%
40Oglethorpe County, Georgia$3,8250.2%97.8%
41Seminole County, Georgia$3,2500.2%98.0%
42Washington County, Georgia$3,0530.2%98.1%
43Clay County, Georgia$2,8950.1%98.3%
44Dooly County, Georgia$2,1600.1%98.4%
45Quitman County, Georgia$2,1000.1%98.5%
46Tift County, Georgia$1,8910.1%98.6%
47Oconee County, Georgia$1,8290.1%98.7%
48Taliaferro County, Georgia$1,8000.1%98.8%
49Jackson County, Georgia$1,7360.1%98.9%
50Polk County, Georgia$1,6970.1%99.0%
51Morgan County, Georgia$1,6590.1%99.0%
52Gwinnett County, Georgia$1,6350.1%99.1%
53Fayette County, Georgia$1,5480.1%99.2%
54Jones County, Georgia$1,4050.1%99.3%
55Bartow County, Georgia$1,3800.1%99.4%
56Hart County, Georgia$1,3650.1%99.4%
57Glynn County, Georgia$1,2410.1%99.5%
58McDuffie County, Georgia$1,1100.1%99.5%
59Baldwin County, Georgia$1,0400.1%99.6%
60Jasper County, Georgia$1,0050.1%99.7%
61Dade County, Georgia$9990.1%99.7%
62Colquitt County, Georgia$8700.0%99.7%
63Dodge County, Georgia$7540.0%99.8%
64Effingham County, Georgia$7280.0%99.8%
65Harris County, Georgia$5630.0%99.9%
66Emanuel County, Georgia$5630.0%99.9%
67Elbert County, Georgia$5460.0%99.9%
68Walker County, Georgia$4690.0%99.9%
69Toombs County, Georgia$4610.0%100.0%
70Clarke County, Georgia$2310.0%100.0%
71Wheeler County, Georgia$2250.0%100.0%
72Randolph County, Georgia$2020.0%100.0%
73Lincoln County, Georgia$1500.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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