Tree Subsidies in Robeson County, North Carolina totaled $81,462 in 2018

States Receiving tree subsidies, 2018

Rank State Tree Subsidies
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$5,302,83851.5%51.5%
2California$2,113,88520.5%72.0%
3North Carolina$643,4256.2%78.2%
4New York$368,7433.6%81.8%
5Tennessee$262,5842.5%84.3%
6Georgia$261,8862.5%86.9%
7Oregon$234,2572.3%89.1%
8Virginia$155,5491.5%90.7%
9Colorado$133,9801.3%92.0%
10Washington$131,5831.3%93.2%
11Idaho$108,2161.0%94.3%
12Minnesota$107,2751.0%95.3%
13Texas$90,6990.9%96.2%
14Michigan$77,1610.7%96.9%
15Nebraska$48,4990.5%97.4%
16Wisconsin$38,3950.4%97.8%
17New Mexico$37,6430.4%98.2%
18Ohio$33,7450.3%98.5%
19Illinois$29,4080.3%98.8%
20Massachusetts$27,1310.3%99.0%
21Pennsylvania$23,3760.2%99.3%
22Arkansas$19,2930.2%99.4%
23Iowa$16,2850.2%99.6%
24Indiana$14,7870.1%99.7%
25Alabama$9,5860.1%99.8%
26South Carolina$9,0560.1%99.9%
27Delaware$2,9050.0%100.0%
28Rhode Island$2,2890.0%100.0%
29Kentucky$2,2110.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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