Conservation payments in Kansas totaled $3.0 billion from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$6,178,544,99811.9%11.9%
2Texas$3,849,186,7487.4%19.3%
3Illinois$3,092,979,1226.0%25.2%
4Kansas$3,038,533,7515.8%31.1%
5Minnesota$2,977,484,7315.7%36.8%
6Missouri$2,966,115,4365.7%42.5%
7North Dakota$2,609,886,7145.0%47.5%
8Montana$2,462,153,5724.7%52.3%
9Nebraska$2,029,248,2723.9%56.2%
10South Dakota$2,025,835,3383.9%60.1%
11Colorado$2,020,074,1183.9%64.0%
12Washington$2,015,268,1533.9%67.8%
13Mississippi$1,270,749,8322.4%70.3%
14Ohio$1,191,659,0172.3%72.6%
15Wisconsin$1,143,888,9042.2%74.8%
16Indiana$1,114,692,9092.1%76.9%
17Kentucky$1,023,013,5112.0%78.9%
18Oklahoma$1,003,816,7741.9%80.8%
19Idaho$989,295,4031.9%82.7%
20Oregon$956,583,2331.8%84.6%
21Michigan$668,315,5071.3%85.9%
22Alabama$631,889,7961.2%87.1%
23Georgia$610,111,4421.2%88.3%
24New Mexico$575,543,7201.1%89.4%
25Arkansas$566,630,8671.1%90.4%
26Louisiana$559,526,1081.1%91.5%
27Pennsylvania$526,970,6561.0%92.5%
28Tennessee$516,874,8731.0%93.5%
29California$495,643,5211.0%94.5%
30North Carolina$343,137,1480.7%95.1%
31Maryland$314,003,1330.6%95.8%
32Utah$305,437,5610.6%96.3%
33Wyoming$303,573,4820.6%96.9%
34South Carolina$263,476,7580.5%97.4%
35Virginia$247,557,6770.5%97.9%
36Florida$224,651,0880.4%98.3%
37New York$212,719,3230.4%98.7%
38Arizona$104,665,9500.2%98.9%
39Maine$89,104,9690.2%99.1%
40West Virginia$80,437,1190.2%99.3%
41Delaware$55,406,7860.1%99.4%
42Vermont$52,548,1590.1%99.5%
43Nevada$51,121,8000.1%99.6%
44Hawaii$39,597,4290.1%99.7%
45Alaska$39,023,1870.1%99.7%
46New Jersey$38,029,2190.1%99.8%
47New Hampshire$33,560,6730.1%99.9%
48Massachusetts$28,928,8760.1%99.9%
49Connecticut$26,440,7290.1%100.0%
50Rhode Island$11,911,9910.0%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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