Emergency Conservation payments in New Mexico totaled $229,084 in 2020

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2020

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Carolina$12,145,00718.3%18.3%
2Georgia$11,951,65518.0%36.3%
3Nebraska$11,369,75617.1%53.5%
4Florida$10,836,20516.3%69.8%
5California$2,513,4763.8%73.6%
6Missouri$2,387,3693.6%77.2%
7South Carolina$2,373,9253.6%80.8%
8Texas$2,246,5953.4%84.2%
9Iowa$1,602,8372.4%86.6%
10Arkansas$1,528,1722.3%88.9%
11Oregon$1,105,3211.7%90.6%
12Oklahoma$933,6541.4%92.0%
13Washington$774,9071.2%93.2%
14Alabama$504,8760.8%93.9%
15Montana$431,9900.7%94.6%
16Hawaii$428,8530.6%95.2%
17Tennessee$398,1470.6%95.8%
18Mississippi$349,5810.5%96.4%
19Virginia$300,9570.5%96.8%
20South Dakota$290,8830.4%97.2%
21New Mexico$229,0840.3%97.6%
22Colorado$207,0070.3%97.9%
23Kentucky$174,9620.3%98.2%
24Wisconsin$172,9370.3%98.4%
25New Hampshire$154,4420.2%98.7%
26Kansas$140,8620.2%98.9%
27Wyoming$135,5020.2%99.1%
28Idaho$103,0630.2%99.2%
29West Virginia$98,3900.1%99.4%
30Ohio$97,9920.1%99.5%
31Arizona$79,5920.1%99.6%
32Nevada$73,5060.1%99.8%
33Vermont$58,8060.1%99.8%
34Maryland$33,2250.1%99.9%
35Maine$15,8270.0%99.9%
36Delaware$12,3090.0%99.9%
37Pennsylvania$11,8860.0%100.0%
38Connecticut$9,5190.0%100.0%
39Illinois$9,1220.0%100.0%
40Louisiana$7,3850.0%100.0%
41New York$2,0700.0%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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