Emergency Conservation payments in Jay County, Indiana totaled $18,386 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Jay County, Indiana Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Clay County, Indiana$764,67610.8%10.8%
2Daviess County, Indiana$609,8918.6%19.5%
3Sullivan County, Indiana$554,5217.9%27.3%
4Greene County, Indiana$511,3517.2%34.6%
5Jackson County, Indiana$407,7555.8%40.3%
6Vigo County, Indiana$376,4945.3%45.7%
7Johnson County, Indiana$358,4255.1%50.8%
8Putnam County, Indiana$282,3164.0%54.8%
9Knox County, Indiana$278,0283.9%58.7%
10Pike County, Indiana$275,7293.9%62.6%
11Shelby County, Indiana$264,7743.8%66.3%
12Morgan County, Indiana$263,6133.7%70.1%
13Bartholomew County, Indiana$241,3733.4%73.5%
14Owen County, Indiana$193,2162.7%76.2%
15Warren County, Indiana$148,5242.1%78.3%
16Clark County, Indiana$118,0551.7%80.0%
17Jennings County, Indiana$107,8111.5%81.5%
18Lawrence County, Indiana$102,9981.5%83.0%
19Fountain County, Indiana$85,2191.2%84.2%
20Rush County, Indiana$83,8421.2%85.4%
21Decatur County, Indiana$79,5341.1%86.5%
22Franklin County, Indiana$64,3810.9%87.4%
23Monroe County, Indiana$55,4290.8%88.2%
24Jefferson County, Indiana$54,5580.8%89.0%
25Washington County, Indiana$52,7110.7%89.7%
26Ripley County, Indiana$51,3430.7%90.5%
27Saint Joseph County, Indiana$50,8690.7%91.2%
28Martin County, Indiana$43,6180.6%91.8%
29Orange County, Indiana$40,3800.6%92.4%
30Perry County, Indiana$38,0760.5%92.9%
31Warrick County, Indiana$36,7050.5%93.4%
32Huntington County, Indiana$36,2900.5%93.9%
33Scott County, Indiana$32,7800.5%94.4%
34Switzerland County, Indiana$32,0300.5%94.9%
35Carroll County, Indiana$29,9900.4%95.3%
36Posey County, Indiana$26,8590.4%95.7%
37Parke County, Indiana$26,1270.4%96.0%
38White County, Indiana$23,7190.3%96.4%
39Montgomery County, Indiana$22,8220.3%96.7%
40Spencer County, Indiana$21,4660.3%97.0%
41Hendricks County, Indiana$20,0830.3%97.3%
42Benton County, Indiana$19,6140.3%97.6%
43Brown County, Indiana$18,8230.3%97.8%
44Jay County, Indiana$18,3860.3%98.1%
45Tippecanoe County, Indiana$17,9630.3%98.3%
46Harrison County, Indiana$16,8460.2%98.6%
47Fayette County, Indiana$15,5280.2%98.8%
48La Porte County, Indiana$12,7460.2%99.0%
49Gibson County, Indiana$10,2140.1%99.1%
50Howard County, Indiana$9,9100.1%99.3%
51Marshall County, Indiana$7,5000.1%99.4%
52Floyd County, Indiana$7,0400.1%99.5%
53Union County, Indiana$6,1310.1%99.6%
54Boone County, Indiana$5,2580.1%99.6%
55Dubois County, Indiana$4,8610.1%99.7%
56Dearborn County, Indiana$4,6550.1%99.8%
57Randolph County, Indiana$3,5170.0%99.8%
58Vermillion County, Indiana$3,2200.0%99.9%
59Hancock County, Indiana$3,0000.0%99.9%
60Crawford County, Indiana$2,3620.0%99.9%
61Tipton County, Indiana$2,2620.0%100.0%
62Wayne County, Indiana$1,7100.0%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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