Conservation Reserve Program payments in Kentucky totaled $855 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,854,437,08013.2%13.2%
2Texas$3,328,742,4817.5%20.7%
3Illinois$2,926,380,7026.6%27.3%
4Kansas$2,826,600,3556.4%33.6%
5Minnesota$2,752,051,3236.2%39.8%
6Missouri$2,636,298,0375.9%45.7%
7North Dakota$2,450,102,6525.5%51.3%
8Montana$2,225,603,1845.0%56.3%
9Washington$1,869,167,1254.2%60.5%
10South Dakota$1,851,974,9024.2%64.6%
11Colorado$1,791,573,9524.0%68.7%
12Nebraska$1,735,346,0803.9%72.6%
13Mississippi$1,072,935,7302.4%75.0%
14Ohio$1,020,205,8752.3%77.3%
15Indiana$990,546,9972.2%79.5%
16Wisconsin$963,748,8572.2%81.7%
17Kentucky$854,808,7271.9%83.6%
18Idaho$821,656,5311.8%85.5%
19Oklahoma$816,723,1541.8%87.3%
20Oregon$715,682,0181.6%88.9%
21Michigan$506,746,2621.1%90.1%
22Alabama$481,880,4811.1%91.1%
23Georgia$446,531,7611.0%92.1%
24New Mexico$444,029,1781.0%93.1%
25Pennsylvania$424,797,1221.0%94.1%
26Louisiana$414,613,4500.9%95.0%
27Tennessee$385,983,8800.9%95.9%
28Arkansas$345,985,4540.8%96.7%
29Maryland$239,207,0730.5%97.2%
30Wyoming$182,942,6410.4%97.6%
31North Carolina$178,624,2110.4%98.0%
32South Carolina$176,095,7600.4%98.4%
33Utah$156,249,5800.4%98.8%
34Virginia$150,485,6720.3%99.1%
35California$115,631,9450.3%99.4%
36New York$101,474,5060.2%99.6%
37Florida$71,900,6600.2%99.8%
38Maine$26,716,7960.1%99.8%
39Alaska$20,684,9990.0%99.9%
40West Virginia$16,135,1400.0%99.9%
41Delaware$14,969,0870.0%99.9%
42Vermont$10,021,0850.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$8,539,1560.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$4,575,0380.0%100.0%
45Nevada$415,9450.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$301,6070.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$139,1500.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$137,1570.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$98,6180.0%100.0%
50Arizona$5,8040.0%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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