Production Flexibility Contracts payments in Maryland totaled $99.4 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Maryland Receiving Production Flexibility Contracts payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Production Flexibility Contracts
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Queen Anne's County, Maryland$15,718,28215.8%15.8%
2Kent County, Maryland$12,309,97412.4%28.2%
3Talbot County, Maryland$10,614,34710.7%38.9%
4Caroline County, Maryland$6,980,8257.0%45.9%
5Dorchester County, Maryland$6,933,6577.0%52.9%
6Frederick County, Maryland$6,703,4076.7%59.6%
7Worcester County, Maryland$5,947,1076.0%65.6%
8Carroll County, Maryland$5,427,4665.5%71.1%
9Montgomery County, Maryland$4,214,9104.2%75.3%
10Cecil County, Maryland$4,033,0654.1%79.4%
11Baltimore County, Maryland$3,453,2813.5%82.9%
12Harford County, Maryland$3,037,0213.1%85.9%
13Wicomico County, Maryland$2,919,5272.9%88.9%
14Somerset County, Maryland$2,754,8502.8%91.6%
15Washington County, Maryland$2,221,9702.2%93.9%
16Charles County, Maryland$1,445,1041.5%95.3%
17Saint Mary's County, Maryland$1,384,8561.4%96.7%
18Howard County, Maryland$1,283,7751.3%98.0%
19Calvert County, Maryland$477,0770.5%98.5%
20Anne Arundel County, Maryland$447,8100.5%98.9%
21Garrett County, Maryland$434,5580.4%99.4%
22Prince George's County, Maryland$349,6650.4%99.7%
23Allegany County, Maryland$277,1910.3%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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