Emergency Conservation payments in Kansas totaled $9.7 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Kansas Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Barber County, Kansas$1,723,04517.8%17.8%
2Clark County, Kansas$1,017,47310.5%28.3%
3Doniphan County, Kansas$632,2526.5%34.8%
4Cherokee County, Kansas$609,2086.3%41.1%
5Leavenworth County, Kansas$507,7245.2%46.3%
6Phillips County, Kansas$479,6014.9%51.3%
7Russell County, Kansas$431,8674.5%55.7%
8Kiowa County, Kansas$339,8553.5%59.2%
9Edwards County, Kansas$330,8563.4%62.6%
10Ellsworth County, Kansas$328,4473.4%66.0%
11Ellis County, Kansas$262,6312.7%68.7%
12Lincoln County, Kansas$256,9402.7%71.4%
13Crawford County, Kansas$220,8492.3%73.7%
14Harvey County, Kansas$179,0061.8%75.5%
15Stafford County, Kansas$174,1591.8%77.3%
16Smith County, Kansas$153,3481.6%78.9%
17Reno County, Kansas$147,3341.5%80.4%
18Neosho County, Kansas$124,2941.3%81.7%
19Atchison County, Kansas$122,9391.3%83.0%
20Dickinson County, Kansas$119,7291.2%84.2%
21Labette County, Kansas$106,1961.1%85.3%
22Rooks County, Kansas$102,9711.1%86.4%
23Ford County, Kansas$94,3741.0%87.3%
24Saline County, Kansas$86,8090.9%88.2%
25Barton County, Kansas$80,4380.8%89.1%
26Ness County, Kansas$69,8480.7%89.8%
27Woodson County, Kansas$69,6590.7%90.5%
28Rice County, Kansas$69,3250.7%91.2%
29Rush County, Kansas$58,8520.6%91.8%
30Pratt County, Kansas$38,1540.4%92.2%
31Wabaunsee County, Kansas$37,6420.4%92.6%
32Morris County, Kansas$37,2460.4%93.0%
33Miami County, Kansas$35,5970.4%93.4%
34Jewell County, Kansas$34,1560.4%93.7%
35McPherson County, Kansas$32,9630.3%94.1%
36Chase County, Kansas$31,6940.3%94.4%
37Osage County, Kansas$29,3130.3%94.7%
38Montgomery County, Kansas$28,2490.3%95.0%
39Anderson County, Kansas$26,8610.3%95.3%
40Wilson County, Kansas$24,5210.3%95.5%
41Lyon County, Kansas$21,9050.2%95.7%
42Franklin County, Kansas$21,0080.2%96.0%
43Butler County, Kansas$20,8930.2%96.2%
44Allen County, Kansas$20,5530.2%96.4%
45Harper County, Kansas$19,8690.2%96.6%
46Rawlins County, Kansas$19,7610.2%96.8%
47Osborne County, Kansas$19,0210.2%97.0%
48Geary County, Kansas$18,3530.2%97.2%
49Chautauqua County, Kansas$17,6970.2%97.4%
50Jefferson County, Kansas$17,1870.2%97.5%
51Decatur County, Kansas$16,0560.2%97.7%
52Greenwood County, Kansas$15,8450.2%97.9%
53Graham County, Kansas$15,7180.2%98.0%
54Marshall County, Kansas$15,4200.2%98.2%
55Johnson County, Kansas$15,3810.2%98.3%
56Shawnee County, Kansas$14,9560.2%98.5%
57Pottawatomie County, Kansas$12,2730.1%98.6%
58Hodgeman County, Kansas$11,2220.1%98.7%
59Riley County, Kansas$10,8900.1%98.9%
60Coffey County, Kansas$8,3020.1%98.9%
61Trego County, Kansas$8,1630.1%99.0%
62Douglas County, Kansas$7,8730.1%99.1%
63Jackson County, Kansas$7,2880.1%99.2%
64Elk County, Kansas$7,2000.1%99.3%
65Republic County, Kansas$7,1110.1%99.3%
66Nemaha County, Kansas$7,0500.1%99.4%
67Sumner County, Kansas$7,0390.1%99.5%
68Linn County, Kansas$7,0130.1%99.5%
69Clay County, Kansas$6,7670.1%99.6%
70Wallace County, Kansas$5,6090.1%99.7%
71Sheridan County, Kansas$5,5280.1%99.7%
72Bourbon County, Kansas$4,9670.1%99.8%
73Gove County, Kansas$3,7020.0%99.8%
74Pawnee County, Kansas$3,1540.0%99.8%
75Lane County, Kansas$3,1410.0%99.9%
76Sedgwick County, Kansas$2,6610.0%99.9%
77Wyandotte County, Kansas$1,7740.0%99.9%
78Ottawa County, Kansas$1,5910.0%99.9%
79Stevens County, Kansas$1,5300.0%100.0%
80Norton County, Kansas$1,1620.0%100.0%
81Mitchell County, Kansas$1,1220.0%100.0%
82Comanche County, Kansas$6130.0%100.0%
83Washington County, Kansas$5730.0%100.0%
84Stanton County, Kansas$4630.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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