Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments in Webster County, Kentucky totaled $536 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Webster County, Kentucky Receiving Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP) payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP)
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Kentucky NRCS$1,195,03572.3%72.3%
2Washington County, Kentucky$35,4452.1%74.5%
3Pendleton County, Kentucky$33,7612.0%76.5%
4Harrison County, Kentucky$23,0231.4%77.9%
5Caldwell County, Kentucky$22,6531.4%79.3%
6Madison County, Kentucky$22,4041.4%80.6%
7Nelson County, Kentucky$21,2811.3%81.9%
8Monroe County, Kentucky$19,2821.2%83.1%
9Henry County, Kentucky$18,7641.1%84.2%
10Muhlenberg County, Kentucky$14,9190.9%85.1%
11Taylor County, Kentucky$13,7240.8%86.0%
12Greenup County, Kentucky$11,5740.7%86.7%
13Franklin County, Kentucky$11,2330.7%87.3%
14Floyd County, Kentucky$11,2100.7%88.0%
15Bracken County, Kentucky$11,0630.7%88.7%
16Hopkins County, Kentucky$11,0540.7%89.4%
17Fleming County, Kentucky$10,4940.6%90.0%
18Johnson County, Kentucky$8,9780.5%90.5%
19Estill County, Kentucky$8,6550.5%91.1%
20Mason County, Kentucky$8,3780.5%91.6%
21Oldham County, Kentucky$8,0960.5%92.1%
22Knox County, Kentucky$7,8190.5%92.5%
23Livingston County, Kentucky$7,8110.5%93.0%
24Butler County, Kentucky$7,3300.4%93.4%
25Owen County, Kentucky$7,2740.4%93.9%
26Pulaski County, Kentucky$6,8990.4%94.3%
27Marion County, Kentucky$6,7170.4%94.7%
28Adair County, Kentucky$6,6240.4%95.1%
29Jackson County, Kentucky$6,1930.4%95.5%
30Crittenden County, Kentucky$5,1250.3%95.8%
31Fayette County, Kentucky$4,9130.3%96.1%
32Robertson County, Kentucky$4,7500.3%96.4%
33Breckinridge County, Kentucky$4,6240.3%96.7%
34Casey County, Kentucky$4,6090.3%96.9%
35Woodford County, Kentucky$4,5200.3%97.2%
36Pike County, Kentucky$4,3580.3%97.5%
37Lawrence County, Kentucky$4,2550.3%97.7%
38Montgomery County, Kentucky$3,4340.2%97.9%
39Edmonson County, Kentucky$3,2630.2%98.1%
40Martin County, Kentucky$2,9850.2%98.3%
41Larue County, Kentucky$2,9630.2%98.5%
42Ohio County, Kentucky$2,8960.2%98.7%
43Carter County, Kentucky$2,6050.2%98.8%
44Owsley County, Kentucky$2,1160.1%99.0%
45Breathitt County, Kentucky$1,7240.1%99.1%
46Grant County, Kentucky$1,6760.1%99.2%
47Allen County, Kentucky$1,5000.1%99.3%
48Bath County, Kentucky$1,4830.1%99.3%
49Morgan County, Kentucky$1,2700.1%99.4%
50Trigg County, Kentucky$1,2420.1%99.5%
51Shelby County, Kentucky$1,1000.1%99.6%
52Lincoln County, Kentucky$1,0380.1%99.6%
53Mercer County, Kentucky$9880.1%99.7%
54Lyon County, Kentucky$5700.0%99.7%
55Garrard County, Kentucky$5450.0%99.8%
56Webster County, Kentucky$5360.0%99.8%
57Hart County, Kentucky$5000.0%99.8%
58Logan County, Kentucky$4860.0%99.8%
59Boone County, Kentucky$4680.0%99.9%
60Boyle County, Kentucky$4250.0%99.9%
61Hardin County, Kentucky$3390.0%99.9%
62Henderson County, Kentucky$2250.0%99.9%
63Hancock County, Kentucky$2220.0%99.9%
64Clinton County, Kentucky$2000.0%100.0%
65Jefferson County, Kentucky$1750.0%100.0%
66McCracken County, Kentucky$1300.0%100.0%
67Rowan County, Kentucky$1260.0%100.0%
68Campbell County, Kentucky$1230.0%100.0%
69Clark County, Kentucky$550.0%100.0%
70Nicholas County, Kentucky$350.0%100.0%
71Marshall County, Kentucky$250.0%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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