Wetlands Reserve Program payments in Missouri totaled $4.1 million from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Wetlands Reserve Program payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Wetlands Reserve Program
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Louisiana$9,490,37610.3%10.3%
2Arkansas$8,431,7779.2%19.5%
3Florida$6,782,5957.4%26.9%
4Oklahoma$5,965,2036.5%33.4%
5Washington$5,921,3566.5%39.9%
6Iowa$4,847,6965.3%45.2%
7Minnesota$4,611,9025.0%50.2%
8Missouri$4,134,4914.5%54.7%
9North Carolina$4,077,9514.4%59.1%
10Michigan$3,695,1784.0%63.2%
11Mississippi$3,472,1893.8%67.0%
12New York$3,218,3393.5%70.5%
13Texas$3,077,9003.4%73.8%
14Oregon$2,964,6913.2%77.0%
15Wisconsin$2,404,1942.6%79.7%
16California$2,139,4152.3%82.0%
17Montana$1,913,8212.1%84.1%
18South Carolina$1,896,8632.1%86.2%
19Idaho$1,779,4311.9%88.1%
20Illinois$1,768,2541.9%90.0%
21South Dakota$1,563,4281.7%91.7%
22Nebraska$1,523,4201.7%93.4%
23Wyoming$845,2050.9%94.3%
24Kentucky$716,7910.8%95.1%
25Indiana$592,6520.6%95.7%
26Kansas$568,3330.6%96.3%
27North Dakota$477,3930.5%96.9%
28Utah$339,6240.4%97.2%
29Ohio$318,0940.3%97.6%
30Colorado$289,3820.3%97.9%
31Maryland$279,0370.3%98.2%
32Hawaii$253,6870.3%98.5%
33New Hampshire$235,3960.3%98.7%
34Tennessee$205,1600.2%99.0%
35Virginia$183,3330.2%99.2%
36Rhode Island$180,8580.2%99.4%
37Nevada$108,1390.1%99.5%
38Pennsylvania$106,0810.1%99.6%
39Maine$99,5290.1%99.7%
40West Virginia$77,9640.1%99.8%
41Delaware$52,7570.1%99.8%
42Massachusetts$45,0000.0%99.9%
43Arizona$37,9430.0%99.9%
44Alabama$28,4400.0%100.0%
45New Jersey$18,4970.0%100.0%
46Vermont$11,0990.0%100.0%
47Georgia$2,3000.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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