Conservation Reserve Program payments in Scioto County, Ohio totaled $7.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Scioto County, Ohio Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Ross County, Ohio$88,515,0878.7%8.7%
2Highland County, Ohio$55,533,9175.4%14.1%
3Williams County, Ohio$53,884,4615.3%19.4%
4Pickaway County, Ohio$47,695,0214.7%24.1%
5Defiance County, Ohio$42,096,6204.1%28.2%
6Marion County, Ohio$37,189,6003.6%31.8%
7Hardin County, Ohio$32,353,6733.2%35.0%
8Union County, Ohio$30,499,5723.0%38.0%
9Logan County, Ohio$28,882,7442.8%40.8%
10Fayette County, Ohio$27,993,8112.7%43.6%
11Wyandot County, Ohio$27,205,3832.7%46.2%
12Madison County, Ohio$26,207,5872.6%48.8%
13Auglaize County, Ohio$25,304,8562.5%51.3%
14Seneca County, Ohio$24,790,7172.4%53.7%
15Wood County, Ohio$23,382,9192.3%56.0%
16Allen County, Ohio$21,721,3812.1%58.1%
17Shelby County, Ohio$20,844,1002.0%60.2%
18Mercer County, Ohio$20,390,1782.0%62.2%
19Darke County, Ohio$18,913,4691.9%64.0%
20Huron County, Ohio$18,183,5221.8%65.8%
21Fulton County, Ohio$17,790,4801.7%67.6%
22Champaign County, Ohio$17,342,8801.7%69.2%
23Paulding County, Ohio$17,258,1991.7%70.9%
24Preble County, Ohio$17,081,7691.7%72.6%
25Fairfield County, Ohio$16,443,0551.6%74.2%
26Clinton County, Ohio$16,405,7241.6%75.8%
27Crawford County, Ohio$15,905,3581.6%77.4%
28Putnam County, Ohio$13,649,6611.3%78.7%
29Ottawa County, Ohio$12,954,2961.3%80.0%
30Morrow County, Ohio$12,756,7791.2%81.2%
31Hancock County, Ohio$11,381,8431.1%82.4%
32Pike County, Ohio$10,612,7241.0%83.4%
33Richland County, Ohio$10,553,6541.0%84.4%
34Knox County, Ohio$9,970,4791.0%85.4%
35Sandusky County, Ohio$9,744,8631.0%86.4%
36Henry County, Ohio$9,660,4050.9%87.3%
37Clark County, Ohio$8,679,2360.9%88.2%
38Adams County, Ohio$8,086,9520.8%89.0%
39Scioto County, Ohio$7,641,5200.7%89.7%
40Brown County, Ohio$7,561,8160.7%90.4%
41Van Wert County, Ohio$7,494,9160.7%91.2%
42Ashland County, Ohio$7,356,1780.7%91.9%
43Greene County, Ohio$6,922,5510.7%92.6%
44Miami County, Ohio$5,967,1050.6%93.2%
45Coshocton County, Ohio$5,853,2210.6%93.7%
46Montgomery County, Ohio$5,813,7460.6%94.3%
47Butler County, Ohio$5,730,1400.6%94.9%
48Lorain County, Ohio$4,385,7540.4%95.3%
49Delaware County, Ohio$4,220,4590.4%95.7%
50Licking County, Ohio$3,328,0290.3%96.0%
51Erie County, Ohio$2,856,9300.3%96.3%
52Lucas County, Ohio$2,647,4890.3%96.6%
53Ashtabula County, Ohio$2,624,6320.3%96.8%
54Perry County, Ohio$2,584,7780.3%97.1%
55Warren County, Ohio$2,558,4240.3%97.3%
56Holmes County, Ohio$1,711,2620.2%97.5%
57Jackson County, Ohio$1,700,2890.2%97.7%
58Columbiana County, Ohio$1,698,6430.2%97.8%
59Wayne County, Ohio$1,655,9760.2%98.0%
60Athens County, Ohio$1,608,4420.2%98.2%
61Franklin County, Ohio$1,563,1980.2%98.3%
62Washington County, Ohio$1,405,4860.1%98.5%
63Vinton County, Ohio$1,399,6270.1%98.6%
64Carroll County, Ohio$1,367,3150.1%98.7%
65Tuscarawas County, Ohio$1,138,5400.1%98.8%
66Gallia County, Ohio$1,119,9700.1%98.9%
67Hocking County, Ohio$1,110,4680.1%99.1%
68Muskingum County, Ohio$1,106,7580.1%99.2%
69Lawrence County, Ohio$1,057,1530.1%99.3%
70Clermont County, Ohio$1,046,2330.1%99.4%
71Medina County, Ohio$884,3390.1%99.5%
72Stark County, Ohio$880,3700.1%99.5%
73Mahoning County, Ohio$848,8650.1%99.6%
74Trumbull County, Ohio$609,4530.1%99.7%
75Portage County, Ohio$545,7880.1%99.7%
76Meigs County, Ohio$507,5370.0%99.8%
77Morgan County, Ohio$474,5150.0%99.8%
78Jefferson County, Ohio$471,1520.0%99.9%
79Harrison County, Ohio$325,1950.0%99.9%
80Guernsey County, Ohio$294,9760.0%99.9%
81Hamilton County, Ohio$289,7480.0%100.0%
82Geauga County, Ohio$155,2410.0%100.0%
83Lake County, Ohio$43,4420.0%100.0%
84Noble County, Ohio$34,7300.0%100.0%
85Summit County, Ohio$33,3920.0%100.0%
86Monroe County, Ohio$28,4550.0%100.0%
87Belmont County, Ohio$11,6920.0%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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