Conservation payments in Mississippi totaled $50.5 million in 2017

Counties in Mississippi Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yazoo County, Mississippi$3,907,7967.7%7.7%
2Panola County, Mississippi$2,925,6435.8%13.5%
3Quitman County, Mississippi$2,320,9884.6%18.1%
4Calhoun County, Mississippi$2,060,9634.1%22.2%
5Holmes County, Mississippi$1,959,0163.9%26.1%
6Tallahatchie County, Mississippi$1,922,3633.8%29.9%
7Madison County, Mississippi$1,746,4403.5%33.3%
8Leflore County, Mississippi$1,712,9023.4%36.7%
9Chickasaw County, Mississippi$1,632,1063.2%40.0%
10Hinds County, Mississippi$1,297,0642.6%42.5%
11Sharkey County, Mississippi$1,286,6122.5%45.1%
12Carroll County, Mississippi$1,200,1172.4%47.5%
13Noxubee County, Mississippi$1,074,9572.1%49.6%
14Pontotoc County, Mississippi$1,039,9262.1%51.6%
15Coahoma County, Mississippi$990,8682.0%53.6%
16Warren County, Mississippi$965,6461.9%55.5%
17Attala County, Mississippi$904,0671.8%57.3%
18Humphreys County, Mississippi$875,5411.7%59.0%
19Clay County, Mississippi$859,3411.7%60.7%
20Monroe County, Mississippi$819,7901.6%62.4%
21Bolivar County, Mississippi$786,9911.6%63.9%
22Sunflower County, Mississippi$768,6101.5%65.5%
23Marshall County, Mississippi$676,8491.3%66.8%
24Tate County, Mississippi$661,4551.3%68.1%
25Washington County, Mississippi$651,9521.3%69.4%
26Webster County, Mississippi$644,5011.3%70.7%
27Prentiss County, Mississippi$642,1051.3%71.9%
28Union County, Mississippi$615,7021.2%73.2%
29Issaquena County, Mississippi$599,8221.2%74.3%
30Oktibbeha County, Mississippi$550,5701.1%75.4%
31Grenada County, Mississippi$543,4191.1%76.5%
32Walthall County, Mississippi$500,0731.0%77.5%
33Jones County, Mississippi$496,3141.0%78.5%
34Marion County, Mississippi$495,9341.0%79.5%
35Lowndes County, Mississippi$475,9530.9%80.4%
36Tippah County, Mississippi$455,4310.9%81.3%
37Rankin County, Mississippi$420,8020.8%82.1%
38Adams County, Mississippi$413,0350.8%83.0%
39Claiborne County, Mississippi$410,9000.8%83.8%
40Lafayette County, Mississippi$385,0500.8%84.5%
41Montgomery County, Mississippi$381,7430.8%85.3%
42Yalobusha County, Mississippi$381,0430.8%86.0%
43Forrest County, Mississippi$379,0090.8%86.8%
44Jasper County, Mississippi$377,9630.7%87.5%
45Copiah County, Mississippi$358,8810.7%88.3%
46Itawamba County, Mississippi$352,8500.7%89.0%
47Alcorn County, Mississippi$289,7720.6%89.5%
48Pearl River County, Mississippi$266,9640.5%90.1%
49DeSoto County, Mississippi$258,3320.5%90.6%
50Scott County, Mississippi$257,2660.5%91.1%
51Tunica County, Mississippi$253,5410.5%91.6%
52Choctaw County, Mississippi$231,5920.5%92.0%
53Winston County, Mississippi$223,6450.4%92.5%
54Perry County, Mississippi$221,5240.4%92.9%
55Kemper County, Mississippi$220,0730.4%93.4%
56Covington County, Mississippi$202,2210.4%93.8%
57Clarke County, Mississippi$199,6520.4%94.2%
58Smith County, Mississippi$198,6970.4%94.5%
59Leake County, Mississippi$195,7500.4%94.9%
60Stone County, Mississippi$190,2670.4%95.3%
61Lee County, Mississippi$188,0070.4%95.7%
62Amite County, Mississippi$186,6850.4%96.1%
63Newton County, Mississippi$181,9990.4%96.4%
64Benton County, Mississippi$165,3100.3%96.7%
65Tishomingo County, Mississippi$151,9700.3%97.0%
66Simpson County, Mississippi$149,1250.3%97.3%
67Pike County, Mississippi$148,5340.3%97.6%
68Wayne County, Mississippi$144,2880.3%97.9%
69George County, Mississippi$130,0550.3%98.2%
70Lamar County, Mississippi$117,8250.2%98.4%
71Neshoba County, Mississippi$110,2760.2%98.6%
72Lincoln County, Mississippi$109,8330.2%98.8%
73Lauderdale County, Mississippi$98,1490.2%99.0%
74Greene County, Mississippi$98,0260.2%99.2%
75Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi$75,9400.2%99.4%
76Jefferson County, Mississippi$72,5210.1%99.5%
77Lawrence County, Mississippi$69,6320.1%99.7%
78Wilkinson County, Mississippi$61,2760.1%99.8%
79Jackson County, Mississippi$47,8800.1%99.9%
80Franklin County, Mississippi$35,5920.1%99.9%
81Harrison County, Mississippi$14,6590.0%100.0%
82Hancock County, Mississippi$12,0950.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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