Conservation Reserve Program payments in Illinois totaled $3.3 million in 2020

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 2020

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,841,06613.5%13.5%
2Texas$4,053,3049.3%22.8%
3Illinois$3,311,6187.6%30.5%
4Ohio$2,857,5346.6%37.0%
5Minnesota$2,539,9455.9%42.9%
6Nebraska$2,228,3695.1%48.0%
7Washington$2,190,2225.1%53.1%
8Kansas$2,085,4684.8%57.9%
9Colorado$2,008,3954.6%62.5%
10Oregon$1,691,5823.9%66.4%
11Mississippi$1,649,9113.8%70.2%
12Indiana$1,426,0363.3%73.5%
13South Dakota$1,361,9883.1%76.7%
14Idaho$1,049,0292.4%79.1%
15Michigan$802,7501.9%80.9%
16Kentucky$699,7011.6%82.5%
17Wisconsin$596,3741.4%83.9%
18Arkansas$589,6621.4%85.3%
19Montana$587,6171.4%86.6%
20Missouri$585,0971.3%88.0%
21Georgia$584,5871.3%89.3%
22North Dakota$548,3851.3%90.6%
23Pennsylvania$520,5001.2%91.8%
24Virginia$492,4031.1%92.9%
25Louisiana$428,9941.0%93.9%
26Oklahoma$408,4070.9%94.9%
27Maryland$319,4470.7%95.6%
28Alabama$252,5950.6%96.2%
29New York$231,8980.5%96.7%
30New Jersey$214,5920.5%97.2%
31New Mexico$207,8040.5%97.7%
32South Carolina$191,8900.4%98.1%
33Hawaii$162,7650.4%98.5%
34West Virginia$158,7580.4%98.9%
35Tennessee$141,4940.3%99.2%
36Florida$128,8840.3%99.5%
37North Carolina$126,0760.3%99.8%
38Delaware$38,7760.1%99.9%
39California$26,4170.1%99.9%
40Utah$21,5570.0%100.0%
41Maine$3,3370.0%100.0%
42Wyoming$1,3450.0%100.0%
43Vermont$1,1090.0%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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