Grasslands Reserve Program payments in Lincoln County, Georgia totaled $7,693 from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Grasslands Reserve Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Grasslands Reserve Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$21,567,93911.6%11.6%
2Idaho$16,034,7968.6%20.3%
3South Dakota$12,561,1376.8%27.0%
4Utah$9,571,7005.2%32.2%
5Montana$9,077,8134.9%37.1%
6California$8,100,0464.4%41.5%
7Nevada$7,733,2774.2%45.6%
8Oklahoma$7,497,3204.0%49.7%
9Colorado$7,041,9333.8%53.5%
10Missouri$6,657,4643.6%57.1%
11Wyoming$5,199,1882.8%59.9%
12Tennessee$4,646,9462.5%62.4%
13Kansas$4,416,9332.4%64.8%
14New Mexico$4,154,1232.2%67.0%
15North Dakota$4,101,4322.2%69.2%
16Oregon$3,799,2122.0%71.3%
17Minnesota$3,643,7472.0%73.2%
18Wisconsin$3,501,7571.9%75.1%
19Florida$3,274,1391.8%76.9%
20Hawaii$3,187,9901.7%78.6%
21Alabama$3,096,2061.7%80.3%
22Iowa$2,991,9101.6%81.9%
23Arkansas$2,819,7941.5%83.4%
24Ohio$2,471,9251.3%84.7%
25Pennsylvania$2,307,9521.2%86.0%
26Arizona$2,056,5411.1%87.1%
27South Carolina$1,998,1531.1%88.2%
28New York$1,839,0691.0%89.2%
29Michigan$1,810,2971.0%90.1%
30Washington$1,803,0451.0%91.1%
31Georgia$1,697,8200.9%92.0%
32Nebraska$1,639,3250.9%92.9%
33Illinois$1,565,2130.8%93.7%
34Vermont$1,481,8130.8%94.5%
35Kentucky$1,197,8630.6%95.2%
36Louisiana$1,192,2200.6%95.8%
37Indiana$1,125,7360.6%96.4%
38Massachusetts$1,103,9590.6%97.0%
39Mississippi$945,1090.5%97.5%
40Virginia$908,2660.5%98.0%
41West Virginia$817,1020.4%98.5%
42Alaska$644,0320.3%98.8%
43Connecticut$567,9510.3%99.1%
44New Jersey$553,2480.3%99.4%
45Maine$493,8150.3%99.7%
46Maryland$337,0950.2%99.9%
47Rhode Island$194,2590.1%100.0%
48North Carolina$26,2050.0%100.0%
49Delaware$18,3800.0%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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