Total Conservation Security Program payments in Michigan totaled $37.9 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Michigan Receiving Total Conservation Security Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Total Conservation Security Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Michigan NRCS$32,012,90084.5%84.5%
2Hillsdale County, Michigan$1,084,5642.9%87.4%
3Lenawee County, Michigan$778,1092.1%89.4%
4Oceana County, Michigan$639,0461.7%91.1%
5Antrim County, Michigan$548,7601.4%92.5%
6Shiawassee County, Michigan$508,3351.3%93.9%
7Clinton County, Michigan$481,3801.3%95.2%
8Gratiot County, Michigan$471,3991.2%96.4%
9Grand Traverse County, Michigan$232,6870.6%97.0%
10Muskegon County, Michigan$168,1290.4%97.5%
11Montcalm County, Michigan$166,5170.4%97.9%
12Washtenaw County, Michigan$166,3830.4%98.3%
13Mason County, Michigan$145,2010.4%98.7%
14Ionia County, Michigan$114,3640.3%99.0%
15Leelanau County, Michigan$82,9160.2%99.2%
16Monroe County, Michigan$55,1960.1%99.4%
17Emmet County, Michigan$52,0250.1%99.5%
18Arenac County, Michigan$46,8290.1%99.6%
19Charlevoix County, Michigan$33,8770.1%99.7%
20Newaygo County, Michigan$29,6360.1%99.8%
21Chippewa County, Michigan$22,5150.1%99.9%
22Midland County, Michigan$15,6790.0%99.9%
23Lake County, Michigan$14,2350.0%99.9%
24Bay County, Michigan$8,7910.0%100.0%
25Cheboygan County, Michigan$5,4920.0%100.0%
26Jackson County, Michigan$4,6800.0%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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