Emergency Conservation payments in Putnam County, Missouri totaled $784,350 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Carolina$96,878,6758.0%8.0%
2Florida$83,590,7516.9%14.8%
3Texas$76,560,5626.3%21.1%
4Missouri$73,859,3686.1%27.2%
5Georgia$73,667,1316.1%33.3%
6Oklahoma$59,906,3944.9%38.2%
7California$51,904,0454.3%42.5%
8Mississippi$51,488,2604.2%46.7%
9Alabama$51,072,9044.2%50.9%
10South Dakota$51,058,3454.2%55.1%
11Kentucky$48,974,9654.0%59.1%
12Arkansas$46,384,7173.8%62.9%
13Nebraska$42,174,4953.5%66.4%
14Iowa$39,362,0263.2%69.6%
15Montana$37,965,3203.1%72.8%
16Louisiana$29,590,3242.4%75.2%
17Tennessee$28,184,2302.3%77.5%
18South Carolina$24,126,4132.0%79.5%
19Washington$20,628,4481.7%81.2%
20Kansas$19,401,3941.6%82.8%
21Virginia$19,010,3941.6%84.4%
22Hawaii$17,735,3001.5%85.8%
23New York$16,144,5241.3%87.1%
24Oregon$15,356,7151.3%88.4%
25West Virginia$13,199,8471.1%89.5%
26Ohio$12,833,1171.1%90.5%
27Colorado$11,769,3001.0%91.5%
28Illinois$11,003,1720.9%92.4%
29Wyoming$9,898,8780.8%93.2%
30Idaho$9,816,0490.8%94.0%
31Indiana$7,059,9280.6%94.6%
32Vermont$6,983,9670.6%95.2%
33New Mexico$6,965,0250.6%95.8%
34Pennsylvania$6,376,6740.5%96.3%
35Nevada$6,278,7490.5%96.8%
36Massachusetts$5,932,3930.5%97.3%
37Utah$5,652,9220.5%97.8%
38Minnesota$5,616,1050.5%98.2%
39Maine$3,554,3870.3%98.5%
40Wisconsin$3,497,4450.3%98.8%
41North Dakota$3,396,4210.3%99.1%
42Arizona$3,268,8940.3%99.4%
43New Hampshire$2,234,0440.2%99.5%
44Michigan$1,601,3140.1%99.7%
45New Jersey$1,591,5780.1%99.8%
46Maryland$1,509,9200.1%99.9%
47Connecticut$621,5640.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$240,4820.0%100.0%
49Delaware$57,9740.0%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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