Emergency Conservation payments in Wheeler County, Georgia totaled $0 in 2011

Counties in Wheeler County, Georgia Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2011

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2011
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bartow County, Georgia$232,68720.1%20.1%
2Lamar County, Georgia$152,88413.2%33.3%
3Coweta County, Georgia$83,2297.2%40.5%
4Spalding County, Georgia$74,3626.4%46.9%
5Floyd County, Georgia$58,2155.0%51.9%
6Sumter County, Georgia$56,0394.8%56.8%
7Monroe County, Georgia$54,7564.7%61.5%
8Douglas County, Georgia$49,8634.3%65.8%
9Dooly County, Georgia$46,6464.0%69.9%
10Pickens County, Georgia$46,4394.0%73.9%
11Gilmer County, Georgia$37,1423.2%77.1%
12Gordon County, Georgia$29,9442.6%79.7%
13Walker County, Georgia$26,6632.3%82.0%
14Screven County, Georgia$21,0021.8%83.8%
15Meriwether County, Georgia$20,0091.7%85.5%
16Lumpkin County, Georgia$13,5681.2%86.7%
17Terrell County, Georgia$13,1751.1%87.8%
18Early County, Georgia$12,1331.0%88.9%
19Rabun County, Georgia$10,8380.9%89.8%
20Paulding County, Georgia$10,1520.9%90.7%
21Turner County, Georgia$9,6120.8%91.5%
22Cobb County, Georgia$9,3490.8%92.3%
23Carroll County, Georgia$9,3460.8%93.1%
24Pulaski County, Georgia$8,9870.8%93.9%
25Twiggs County, Georgia$8,3600.7%94.6%
26Crisp County, Georgia$8,0040.7%95.3%
27Mitchell County, Georgia$6,8830.6%95.9%
28Bibb County, Georgia$6,7250.6%96.5%
29Montgomery County, Georgia$6,3580.5%97.0%
30Troup County, Georgia$6,1950.5%97.6%
31Dade County, Georgia$5,6650.5%98.1%
32Catoosa County, Georgia$5,0850.4%98.5%
33Tift County, Georgia$4,7430.4%98.9%
34Treutlen County, Georgia$3,9690.3%99.3%
35Wilcox County, Georgia$2,4790.2%99.5%
36Jeff Davis County, Georgia$2,2370.2%99.7%
37Dodge County, Georgia$1,4960.1%99.8%
38Randolph County, Georgia$1,4670.1%99.9%
39Telfair County, Georgia$9100.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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