Conservation Reserve Program payments in Maryland totaled $11.4 million in 2018

Counties in Maryland Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 2018

Rank County Conservation Reserve Program
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Queen Anne's County, Maryland$1,605,55714.1%14.1%
2Dorchester County, Maryland$1,605,31314.1%28.1%
3Carroll County, Maryland$1,249,12510.9%39.1%
4Worcester County, Maryland$1,102,9399.7%48.7%
5Kent County, Maryland$1,027,2329.0%57.7%
6Talbot County, Maryland$914,1388.0%65.7%
7Wicomico County, Maryland$825,9937.2%72.9%
8Frederick County, Maryland$655,9415.7%78.7%
9Somerset County, Maryland$483,9894.2%82.9%
10Washington County, Maryland$461,8354.0%87.0%
11Caroline County, Maryland$375,0723.3%90.3%
12Cecil County, Maryland$364,1053.2%93.4%
13Harford County, Maryland$156,0701.4%94.8%
14Saint Mary's County, Maryland$126,2281.1%95.9%
15Montgomery County, Maryland$88,6770.8%96.7%
16Charles County, Maryland$80,2240.7%97.4%
17Baltimore County, Maryland$70,9930.6%98.0%
18Garrett County, Maryland$69,3950.6%98.6%
19Allegany County, Maryland$68,5810.6%99.2%
20Howard County, Maryland$59,7120.5%99.8%
21Prince George's County, Maryland$17,1460.2%99.9%
22Calvert County, Maryland$10,5370.1%100.0%
23Anne Arundel County, Maryland$5930.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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