Emergency Conservation payments in Massachusetts totaled $227,438 in 2017

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2017

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Carolina$12,707,07617.6%17.6%
2South Carolina$8,999,09212.5%30.1%
3Texas$6,471,7649.0%39.1%
4Oklahoma$4,919,4176.8%45.9%
5Arkansas$4,650,7286.5%52.4%
6Kansas$4,162,6125.8%58.2%
7South Dakota$4,039,3085.6%63.8%
8Washington$3,120,1904.3%68.1%
9Missouri$2,376,4023.3%71.4%
10Georgia$2,358,9613.3%74.7%
11Alabama$2,319,3043.2%77.9%
12Oregon$2,102,6212.9%80.8%
13Florida$2,014,4912.8%83.6%
14California$1,828,1712.5%86.2%
15Idaho$1,818,0162.5%88.7%
16Wyoming$1,244,5451.7%90.4%
17Nebraska$750,2231.0%91.5%
18New York$734,7691.0%92.5%
19Louisiana$716,5781.0%93.5%
20West Virginia$662,6550.9%94.4%
21Tennessee$636,2440.9%95.3%
22Montana$626,7150.9%96.1%
23Hawaii$392,7980.5%96.7%
24Mississippi$382,0750.5%97.2%
25New Mexico$336,8430.5%97.7%
26New Hampshire$242,9720.3%98.0%
27Massachusetts$227,4380.3%98.3%
28Iowa$193,1810.3%98.6%
29Wisconsin$165,1760.2%98.8%
30Maine$145,0250.2%99.0%
31Colorado$105,6000.1%99.2%
32Utah$99,3680.1%99.3%
33Illinois$79,2950.1%99.4%
34Nevada$67,7750.1%99.5%
35Virginia$60,0190.1%99.6%
36Kentucky$58,1670.1%99.7%
37Pennsylvania$55,1360.1%99.8%
38Minnesota$50,8550.1%99.8%
39Ohio$30,5610.0%99.9%
40Vermont$23,9830.0%99.9%
41North Dakota$19,9000.0%99.9%
42New Jersey$15,3560.0%100.0%
43Rhode Island$13,9980.0%100.0%
44Indiana$9,1010.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$7,2530.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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