Conservation payments in Iowa totaled $409 million in 2023

States Receiving Total Conservation Programs payments, 2023

Rank State Total Conservation Programs
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$409,201,47222.1%22.1%
2Illinois$178,852,6689.7%31.8%
3Minnesota$155,093,1288.4%40.2%
4South Dakota$132,304,1327.2%47.4%
5Missouri$103,253,2225.6%53.0%
6Nebraska$84,747,8964.6%57.6%
7Kansas$76,488,5304.1%61.7%
8Texas$72,241,2833.9%65.6%
9North Dakota$71,146,7023.9%69.5%
10Ohio$64,243,8073.5%72.9%
11Colorado$61,185,4973.3%76.3%
12Washington$60,953,1753.3%79.5%
13Indiana$42,009,0052.3%81.8%
14Mississippi$41,721,7652.3%84.1%
15Wisconsin$34,333,9651.9%85.9%
16Oregon$30,096,0221.6%87.6%
17Kentucky$28,322,0671.5%89.1%
18Louisiana$24,906,9311.3%90.5%
19Montana$20,875,3551.1%91.6%
20Idaho$18,879,0741.0%92.6%
21Arkansas$17,526,3970.9%93.6%
22New Mexico$16,219,7120.9%94.4%
23Oklahoma$14,908,3920.8%95.2%
24Michigan$14,382,1290.8%96.0%
25Pennsylvania$12,649,6000.7%96.7%
26Georgia$12,377,5910.7%97.4%
27Tennessee$10,751,3270.6%98.0%
28Maryland$10,570,3270.6%98.5%
29Wyoming$6,266,5640.3%98.9%
30Alabama$4,928,1430.3%99.1%
31Utah$3,782,7440.2%99.3%
32Virginia$2,532,0770.1%99.5%
33North Carolina$1,913,9560.1%99.6%
34California$1,491,9980.1%99.7%
35New York$1,432,9540.1%99.7%
36South Carolina$1,272,5340.1%99.8%
37West Virginia$756,8930.0%99.8%
38Vermont$627,8170.0%99.9%
39Alaska$573,5070.0%99.9%
40Florida$514,6860.0%99.9%
41Delaware$493,5290.0%100.0%
42New Jersey$212,1460.0%100.0%
43Maine$185,9010.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$146,2800.0%100.0%
45Arizona$102,5970.0%100.0%
46Nevada$30,0500.0%100.0%
47Puerto Rico$22,4640.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$5,0920.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$2,7010.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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