Conservation payments in Trumbull County, Ohio totaled $1.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Trumbull County, Ohio Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Ohio NRCS$103,202,2298.7%8.7%
2Ross County, Ohio$89,411,8097.5%16.2%
3Highland County, Ohio$56,567,3144.7%20.9%
4Williams County, Ohio$54,657,8144.6%25.5%
5Pickaway County, Ohio$48,241,1064.0%29.5%
6Defiance County, Ohio$43,351,2413.6%33.2%
7Marion County, Ohio$37,676,3463.2%36.3%
8Hardin County, Ohio$32,733,5892.7%39.1%
9Union County, Ohio$30,743,5712.6%41.7%
10Logan County, Ohio$30,326,3602.5%44.2%
11Fayette County, Ohio$28,166,6592.4%46.6%
12Wyandot County, Ohio$27,749,2712.3%48.9%
13Auglaize County, Ohio$27,227,1792.3%51.2%
14Madison County, Ohio$26,482,4572.2%53.4%
15Seneca County, Ohio$25,687,8272.2%55.6%
16Wood County, Ohio$23,661,9252.0%57.6%
17Shelby County, Ohio$22,681,2711.9%59.5%
18Mercer County, Ohio$22,312,0841.9%61.3%
19Allen County, Ohio$22,074,6121.9%63.2%
20Darke County, Ohio$20,513,3691.7%64.9%
21Huron County, Ohio$20,373,4081.7%66.6%
22Paulding County, Ohio$20,364,3161.7%68.3%
23Fulton County, Ohio$18,163,3521.5%69.8%
24Champaign County, Ohio$18,059,0621.5%71.4%
25Fairfield County, Ohio$17,753,0401.5%72.9%
26Preble County, Ohio$17,599,2881.5%74.3%
27Crawford County, Ohio$16,711,0001.4%75.7%
28Clinton County, Ohio$16,707,9961.4%77.1%
29Putnam County, Ohio$14,204,5241.2%78.3%
30Morrow County, Ohio$13,171,8691.1%79.4%
31Ottawa County, Ohio$13,127,0021.1%80.5%
32Hancock County, Ohio$11,546,2871.0%81.5%
33Pike County, Ohio$10,995,6900.9%82.4%
34Richland County, Ohio$10,904,6070.9%83.3%
35Knox County, Ohio$10,689,9790.9%84.2%
36Sandusky County, Ohio$10,176,3730.9%85.1%
37Henry County, Ohio$9,734,6520.8%85.9%
38Van Wert County, Ohio$9,690,0850.8%86.7%
39Clark County, Ohio$9,653,6470.8%87.5%
40Adams County, Ohio$9,442,4450.8%88.3%
41Brown County, Ohio$8,790,2160.7%89.1%
42Scioto County, Ohio$8,527,4630.7%89.8%
43Ashland County, Ohio$8,272,9730.7%90.5%
44Greene County, Ohio$7,271,8880.6%91.1%
45Miami County, Ohio$6,937,7230.6%91.7%
46Coshocton County, Ohio$6,780,6070.6%92.2%
47Butler County, Ohio$5,996,2330.5%92.7%
48Montgomery County, Ohio$5,946,5140.5%93.2%
49Delaware County, Ohio$5,008,4680.4%93.7%
50Lorain County, Ohio$4,876,7420.4%94.1%
51Licking County, Ohio$4,032,3460.3%94.4%
52Perry County, Ohio$3,497,7410.3%94.7%
53Erie County, Ohio$3,372,0850.3%95.0%
54Gallia County, Ohio$3,080,5090.3%95.2%
55Athens County, Ohio$3,020,8580.3%95.5%
56Wayne County, Ohio$3,009,1770.3%95.7%
57Muskingum County, Ohio$2,986,4390.3%96.0%
58Ashtabula County, Ohio$2,899,2940.2%96.2%
59Warren County, Ohio$2,867,3100.2%96.5%
60Lucas County, Ohio$2,742,2570.2%96.7%
61Washington County, Ohio$2,619,2150.2%96.9%
62Holmes County, Ohio$2,402,2260.2%97.1%
63Jackson County, Ohio$2,305,8800.2%97.3%
64Carroll County, Ohio$2,271,4040.2%97.5%
65Columbiana County, Ohio$2,228,7830.2%97.7%
66Tuscarawas County, Ohio$2,187,8850.2%97.9%
67Lawrence County, Ohio$2,095,5890.2%98.1%
68Clermont County, Ohio$1,848,5000.2%98.2%
69Franklin County, Ohio$1,689,7020.1%98.4%
70Vinton County, Ohio$1,677,9200.1%98.5%
71Morgan County, Ohio$1,613,5360.1%98.6%
72Hocking County, Ohio$1,570,6900.1%98.8%
73Guernsey County, Ohio$1,494,1790.1%98.9%
74Jefferson County, Ohio$1,411,2170.1%99.0%
75Belmont County, Ohio$1,399,1430.1%99.1%
76Stark County, Ohio$1,286,6620.1%99.2%
77Harrison County, Ohio$1,201,6980.1%99.3%
78Meigs County, Ohio$1,199,3590.1%99.4%
79Noble County, Ohio$1,188,0920.1%99.5%
80Medina County, Ohio$1,176,4320.1%99.6%
81Mahoning County, Ohio$1,071,7540.1%99.7%
82Trumbull County, Ohio$1,054,0880.1%99.8%
83Monroe County, Ohio$770,1690.1%99.9%
84Portage County, Ohio$657,4860.1%99.9%
85Hamilton County, Ohio$380,7420.0%100.0%
86Geauga County, Ohio$260,3420.0%100.0%
87Summit County, Ohio$66,5700.0%100.0%
88Lake County, Ohio$64,6090.0%100.0%
89Cuyahoga County, Ohio$11,6430.0%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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