Conservation payments in Nebraska totaled $1.9 billion from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Total Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Total Conservation Programs
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$6,641,797,12813.4%13.4%
2Texas$3,636,678,6477.4%20.8%
3Illinois$3,279,941,7106.6%27.4%
4Minnesota$3,061,783,8646.2%33.6%
5Kansas$3,024,829,3406.1%39.8%
6Missouri$2,883,331,5545.8%45.6%
7North Dakota$2,610,845,2125.3%50.9%
8Montana$2,333,307,7444.7%55.6%
9South Dakota$2,091,697,5014.2%59.8%
10Washington$2,025,558,7034.1%63.9%
11Colorado$1,957,762,5524.0%67.9%
12Nebraska$1,914,672,6173.9%71.8%
13Mississippi$1,202,086,3142.4%74.2%
14Ohio$1,124,534,0472.3%76.5%
15Indiana$1,083,774,0822.2%78.7%
16Wisconsin$1,057,822,0152.1%80.8%
17Kentucky$948,216,3031.9%82.7%
18Idaho$913,071,9261.8%84.6%
19Oklahoma$895,525,2431.8%86.4%
20Oregon$806,281,2301.6%88.0%
21Michigan$565,501,5021.1%89.2%
22Alabama$534,228,9221.1%90.2%
23Georgia$507,018,5061.0%91.3%
24New Mexico$503,882,2411.0%92.3%
25Louisiana$502,774,3831.0%93.3%
26Pennsylvania$478,301,4981.0%94.3%
27Tennessee$438,708,3440.9%95.2%
28Arkansas$430,277,3850.9%96.0%
29Maryland$271,096,8890.5%96.6%
30Wyoming$227,176,0720.5%97.0%
31North Carolina$218,266,6410.4%97.5%
32Utah$210,437,8100.4%97.9%
33South Carolina$201,936,5820.4%98.3%
34California$181,234,7800.4%98.7%
35Virginia$174,672,4940.4%99.0%
36New York$132,591,7240.3%99.3%
37Florida$110,909,1680.2%99.5%
38Maine$45,908,0620.1%99.6%
39West Virginia$34,751,5780.1%99.7%
40Arizona$29,953,1580.1%99.7%
41Alaska$23,707,2580.0%99.8%
42Delaware$23,166,7050.0%99.8%
43Vermont$21,771,9070.0%99.9%
44Nevada$16,429,5850.0%99.9%
45New Jersey$12,800,9370.0%99.9%
46Hawaii$11,170,1820.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$5,573,5840.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$5,164,8000.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$4,490,4960.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$2,128,6720.0%100.0%
51Puerto Rico$1,212,1250.0%100.0%
52US Virgin Islands$18,8830.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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