Conservation Reserve Program payments in New Jersey totaled $343,059 in 2016

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 2016

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$372,250,42519.4%19.4%
2Illinois$163,593,9278.5%27.9%
3Minnesota$135,436,4547.1%35.0%
4Texas$112,899,5535.9%40.9%
5Missouri$112,622,3465.9%46.7%
6South Dakota$94,869,9774.9%51.7%
7Kansas$94,300,0984.9%56.6%
8North Dakota$79,562,6124.1%60.8%
9Washington$77,369,1614.0%64.8%
10Nebraska$69,810,6533.6%68.4%
11Colorado$65,673,0713.4%71.9%
12Ohio$52,530,6842.7%74.6%
13Mississippi$49,647,1362.6%77.2%
14Indiana$44,641,0222.3%79.5%
15Kentucky$43,026,7992.2%81.8%
16Montana$42,632,1442.2%84.0%
17Oregon$32,782,9041.7%85.7%
18Idaho$31,378,6291.6%87.3%
19Wisconsin$28,677,6141.5%88.8%
20Oklahoma$24,853,9791.3%90.1%
21Louisiana$24,771,5851.3%91.4%
22Pennsylvania$18,938,0811.0%92.4%
23Arkansas$18,131,5470.9%93.3%
24Georgia$17,361,6710.9%94.2%
25Michigan$16,782,8990.9%95.1%
26New Mexico$16,555,4720.9%96.0%
27Tennessee$14,782,7290.8%96.7%
28Alabama$12,145,1580.6%97.4%
29Maryland$11,844,6060.6%98.0%
30Utah$5,977,6630.3%98.3%
31North Carolina$5,747,4930.3%98.6%
32Virginia$5,351,5960.3%98.9%
33Wyoming$5,092,9830.3%99.2%
34New York$3,897,4460.2%99.4%
35California$3,520,8110.2%99.5%
36South Carolina$3,369,5780.2%99.7%
37Florida$1,669,8050.1%99.8%
38West Virginia$843,5660.0%99.8%
39Alaska$722,5160.0%99.9%
40Delaware$530,1460.0%99.9%
41Vermont$472,0920.0%99.9%
42Hawaii$469,0370.0%100.0%
43Maine$435,2650.0%100.0%
44New Jersey$343,0590.0%100.0%
45Rhode Island$4,1300.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$3,2510.0%100.0%
47Nevada$1,4860.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$1,1400.0%100.0%
49New Hampshire$8770.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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