Conservation payments in Mississippi totaled $45.3 million in 2019

Counties in Mississippi Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 2019

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Yazoo County, Mississippi$3,635,5308.0%8.0%
2Panola County, Mississippi$2,922,1386.5%14.5%
3Quitman County, Mississippi$2,774,5716.1%20.6%
4Calhoun County, Mississippi$2,044,9044.5%25.1%
5Tallahatchie County, Mississippi$1,986,6074.4%29.5%
6Leflore County, Mississippi$1,857,9654.1%33.6%
7Holmes County, Mississippi$1,849,6654.1%37.7%
8Chickasaw County, Mississippi$1,708,2413.8%41.5%
9Sharkey County, Mississippi$1,333,8242.9%44.4%
10Coahoma County, Mississippi$1,322,6502.9%47.3%
11Madison County, Mississippi$1,312,4472.9%50.2%
12Noxubee County, Mississippi$1,011,0682.2%52.5%
13Warren County, Mississippi$990,9652.2%54.7%
14Carroll County, Mississippi$967,3492.1%56.8%
15Pontotoc County, Mississippi$859,8611.9%58.7%
16Bolivar County, Mississippi$850,8681.9%60.6%
17Attala County, Mississippi$834,0601.8%62.4%
18Monroe County, Mississippi$811,4151.8%64.2%
19Humphreys County, Mississippi$810,8761.8%66.0%
20Hinds County, Mississippi$805,8681.8%67.8%
21Clay County, Mississippi$801,3161.8%69.6%
22Sunflower County, Mississippi$781,2141.7%71.3%
23Washington County, Mississippi$696,2561.5%72.8%
24Webster County, Mississippi$616,8721.4%74.2%
25Prentiss County, Mississippi$567,7121.3%75.4%
26Tate County, Mississippi$555,5101.2%76.7%
27Grenada County, Mississippi$554,7111.2%77.9%
28Marshall County, Mississippi$532,8941.2%79.1%
29Union County, Mississippi$486,8861.1%80.1%
30Issaquena County, Mississippi$471,2311.0%81.2%
31Montgomery County, Mississippi$435,9701.0%82.1%
32Oktibbeha County, Mississippi$391,5670.9%83.0%
33Claiborne County, Mississippi$381,8200.8%83.9%
34Rankin County, Mississippi$366,9230.8%84.7%
35Yalobusha County, Mississippi$362,5570.8%85.5%
36Lafayette County, Mississippi$344,6000.8%86.2%
37Itawamba County, Mississippi$328,8770.7%87.0%
38Adams County, Mississippi$323,4610.7%87.7%
39Lowndes County, Mississippi$317,6150.7%88.4%
40Walthall County, Mississippi$304,0670.7%89.0%
41Tippah County, Mississippi$295,5340.7%89.7%
42Copiah County, Mississippi$289,6150.6%90.3%
43Tunica County, Mississippi$267,0030.6%90.9%
44Marion County, Mississippi$256,3030.6%91.5%
45DeSoto County, Mississippi$240,1340.5%92.0%
46Alcorn County, Mississippi$239,7980.5%92.5%
47Jasper County, Mississippi$217,9770.5%93.0%
48Scott County, Mississippi$209,0490.5%93.5%
49Choctaw County, Mississippi$185,1280.4%93.9%
50Kemper County, Mississippi$177,7770.4%94.3%
51Leake County, Mississippi$176,2840.4%94.7%
52Amite County, Mississippi$167,9570.4%95.1%
53Newton County, Mississippi$161,3180.4%95.4%
54Lee County, Mississippi$155,0830.3%95.8%
55Jones County, Mississippi$136,6570.3%96.1%
56Winston County, Mississippi$133,8410.3%96.4%
57Pearl River County, Mississippi$132,5130.3%96.6%
58Covington County, Mississippi$130,9130.3%96.9%
59Tishomingo County, Mississippi$123,9520.3%97.2%
60Benton County, Mississippi$123,1280.3%97.5%
61Simpson County, Mississippi$104,0100.2%97.7%
62Forrest County, Mississippi$96,7110.2%97.9%
63Smith County, Mississippi$94,7670.2%98.1%
64Neshoba County, Mississippi$91,5250.2%98.3%
65Clarke County, Mississippi$84,6970.2%98.5%
66Lauderdale County, Mississippi$74,9720.2%98.7%
67Pike County, Mississippi$74,2760.2%98.9%
68Wilkinson County, Mississippi$73,2100.2%99.0%
69Jefferson County, Mississippi$71,2240.2%99.2%
70Lincoln County, Mississippi$61,3020.1%99.3%
71Perry County, Mississippi$59,3740.1%99.4%
72Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi$50,0730.1%99.5%
73Wayne County, Mississippi$40,0150.1%99.6%
74Stone County, Mississippi$36,3610.1%99.7%
75Franklin County, Mississippi$33,9670.1%99.8%
76Lamar County, Mississippi$27,1760.1%99.9%
77Lawrence County, Mississippi$22,6420.1%99.9%
78George County, Mississippi$21,4030.0%99.9%
79Harrison County, Mississippi$11,2140.0%100.0%
80Greene County, Mississippi$6,8690.0%100.0%
81Hancock County, Mississippi$5,6570.0%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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