Conservation Reserve Program payments in Ohio totaled $968 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,452,973,36712.8%12.8%
2Texas$3,223,930,0717.6%20.4%
3Illinois$2,752,089,4416.5%26.9%
4Kansas$2,738,445,1336.4%33.3%
5Minnesota$2,607,141,9196.1%39.5%
6Missouri$2,533,773,8936.0%45.4%
7North Dakota$2,380,746,4955.6%51.0%
8Montana$2,191,950,5835.2%56.2%
9Washington$1,789,545,2044.2%60.4%
10South Dakota$1,747,257,5444.1%64.5%
11Colorado$1,725,959,3444.1%68.6%
12Nebraska$1,658,785,3513.9%72.5%
13Mississippi$1,026,057,7932.4%74.9%
14Ohio$967,972,2202.3%77.1%
15Indiana$944,261,9462.2%79.4%
16Wisconsin$931,573,7202.2%81.6%
17Kentucky$818,736,4151.9%83.5%
18Oklahoma$794,822,0471.9%85.4%
19Idaho$790,702,1351.9%87.2%
20Oregon$684,562,2131.6%88.8%
21Michigan$487,777,6391.1%90.0%
22Alabama$472,111,0601.1%91.1%
23Georgia$431,531,6581.0%92.1%
24New Mexico$430,197,4311.0%93.1%
25Pennsylvania$407,118,2791.0%94.1%
26Louisiana$389,170,3690.9%95.0%
27Tennessee$373,212,3810.9%95.9%
28Arkansas$327,795,8810.8%96.6%
29Maryland$227,369,6350.5%97.2%
30Wyoming$177,816,9440.4%97.6%
31North Carolina$174,675,8550.4%98.0%
32South Carolina$173,336,9390.4%98.4%
33Utah$150,602,3120.4%98.8%
34Virginia$146,306,3680.3%99.1%
35California$113,326,8990.3%99.4%
36New York$98,046,0700.2%99.6%
37Florida$70,692,0780.2%99.8%
38Maine$26,451,2780.1%99.8%
39Alaska$20,581,9840.0%99.9%
40West Virginia$15,055,5850.0%99.9%
41Delaware$14,421,8930.0%99.9%
42Vermont$9,648,8990.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$7,869,8350.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$4,204,7490.0%100.0%
45Nevada$414,4590.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$299,7150.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$138,8980.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$135,0210.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$96,5530.0%100.0%
50Arizona$5,8040.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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