Conservation Reserve Program payments in Indiana totaled $39.8 million in 2020

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 2020

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$380,033,57621.4%21.4%
2Illinois$163,615,2919.2%30.6%
3Minnesota$134,493,4477.6%38.2%
4Texas$100,671,0995.7%43.9%
5Missouri$98,899,9425.6%49.5%
6South Dakota$98,228,6625.5%55.0%
7Kansas$83,198,7164.7%59.7%
8Nebraska$69,506,5563.9%63.6%
9Washington$69,106,2473.9%67.5%
10North Dakota$64,729,6633.6%71.2%
11Colorado$63,235,9073.6%74.7%
12Mississippi$43,337,8652.4%77.2%
13Ohio$42,118,9242.4%79.6%
14Indiana$39,775,9552.2%81.8%
15Kentucky$31,497,3321.8%83.6%
16Montana$30,445,8321.7%85.3%
17Wisconsin$30,198,9521.7%87.0%
18Oregon$27,982,5051.6%88.6%
19Idaho$27,810,2041.6%90.1%
20Louisiana$24,779,6311.4%91.5%
21Oklahoma$21,029,8501.2%92.7%
22Arkansas$16,462,4200.9%93.6%
23Michigan$15,324,7470.9%94.5%
24Pennsylvania$14,748,4270.8%95.3%
25New Mexico$13,278,1870.7%96.1%
26Georgia$13,034,4890.7%96.8%
27Tennessee$11,814,9720.7%97.5%
28Maryland$10,541,3980.6%98.1%
29Alabama$8,873,1710.5%98.6%
30Utah$5,362,5470.3%98.9%
31Wyoming$4,990,9470.3%99.2%
32North Carolina$3,180,8430.2%99.4%
33South Carolina$2,260,5050.1%99.5%
34Virginia$2,235,9080.1%99.6%
35California$2,139,9810.1%99.7%
36New York$1,952,9840.1%99.8%
37Florida$961,4170.1%99.9%
38West Virginia$591,7110.0%99.9%
39Delaware$532,2520.0%100.0%
40Maine$264,4620.0%100.0%
41Vermont$227,4630.0%100.0%
42New Jersey$168,8430.0%100.0%
43Alaska$97,7250.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$57,4330.0%100.0%
45Puerto Rico$22,9500.0%100.0%
46Rhode Island$2,0650.0%100.0%
47Nevada$1,4860.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$1,0170.0%100.0%
49Connecticut$940.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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