Emergency Conservation payments in Idaho totaled $229,153 in 2019

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2019

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$15,260,14618.7%18.7%
2North Carolina$13,294,09216.3%35.0%
3Oklahoma$9,145,28511.2%46.2%
4Georgia$9,096,78511.2%57.4%
5California$5,432,9116.7%64.0%
6Texas$5,173,3046.3%70.4%
7Nebraska$4,137,8215.1%75.4%
8Hawaii$3,889,6074.8%80.2%
9Kansas$2,410,4903.0%83.2%
10Oregon$2,156,2812.6%85.8%
11South Dakota$2,058,7302.5%88.3%
12Montana$1,557,6711.9%90.2%
13Washington$1,104,5751.4%91.6%
14Colorado$867,8651.1%92.7%
15Wyoming$596,3190.7%93.4%
16Nevada$552,7070.7%94.1%
17Wisconsin$496,1740.6%94.7%
18New Mexico$463,6130.6%95.2%
19Arkansas$462,1100.6%95.8%
20Alabama$424,7140.5%96.3%
21Iowa$389,6220.5%96.8%
22Virginia$335,8960.4%97.2%
23Missouri$326,7660.4%97.6%
24South Carolina$304,7520.4%98.0%
25Mississippi$301,1300.4%98.4%
26Vermont$237,3830.3%98.6%
27Idaho$229,1530.3%98.9%
28Pennsylvania$183,8110.2%99.2%
29New Hampshire$157,1190.2%99.3%
30West Virginia$156,4970.2%99.5%
31Tennessee$118,4000.1%99.7%
32Arizona$64,6620.1%99.8%
33New York$59,8170.1%99.8%
34Michigan$58,8840.1%99.9%
35Kentucky$36,5030.0%100.0%
36North Dakota$36,1660.0%100.0%
37Maine$2,7100.0%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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