Emergency Conservation payments in Oklahoma totaled $42.1 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1McCurtain County, Oklahoma$3,556,6398.5%8.5%
2Choctaw County, Oklahoma$2,281,0175.4%13.9%
3Garvin County, Oklahoma$2,209,0525.2%19.1%
4Caddo County, Oklahoma$1,778,5484.2%23.3%
5Woodward County, Oklahoma$1,649,1433.9%27.3%
6Ottawa County, Oklahoma$1,562,7333.7%31.0%
7Murray County, Oklahoma$1,224,0752.9%33.9%
8Harper County, Oklahoma$1,138,5722.7%36.6%
9Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$1,074,3482.6%39.1%
10Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,036,3652.5%41.6%
11Woods County, Oklahoma$998,9012.4%44.0%
12Lincoln County, Oklahoma$998,2962.4%46.4%
13Adair County, Oklahoma$967,7452.3%48.7%
14Wagoner County, Oklahoma$912,3212.2%50.8%
15Carter County, Oklahoma$868,3012.1%52.9%
16Grady County, Oklahoma$864,8252.1%54.9%
17Washington County, Oklahoma$843,1462.0%56.9%
18Canadian County, Oklahoma$794,1331.9%58.8%
19Dewey County, Oklahoma$734,8401.7%60.6%
20Craig County, Oklahoma$715,4711.7%62.3%
21Tulsa County, Oklahoma$671,8551.6%63.9%
22Hughes County, Oklahoma$669,3901.6%65.5%
23Blaine County, Oklahoma$654,9201.6%67.0%
24Muskogee County, Oklahoma$631,4161.5%68.5%
25Rogers County, Oklahoma$616,5021.5%70.0%
26Jefferson County, Oklahoma$612,8111.5%71.4%
27Logan County, Oklahoma$589,0871.4%72.8%
28Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$567,6441.3%74.2%
29Cherokee County, Oklahoma$563,3681.3%75.5%
30Seminole County, Oklahoma$547,9611.3%76.8%
31Tillman County, Oklahoma$484,9941.2%78.0%
32Mayes County, Oklahoma$432,9581.0%79.0%
33Custer County, Oklahoma$424,1921.0%80.0%
34Johnston County, Oklahoma$419,6751.0%81.0%
35Kiowa County, Oklahoma$402,5571.0%82.0%
36Atoka County, Oklahoma$397,0280.9%82.9%
37Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$394,2450.9%83.8%
38Bryan County, Oklahoma$371,5670.9%84.7%
39Beckham County, Oklahoma$358,0980.9%85.6%
40Comanche County, Oklahoma$336,9520.8%86.4%
41Payne County, Oklahoma$307,9620.7%87.1%
42McClain County, Oklahoma$301,5380.7%87.8%
43Washita County, Oklahoma$297,7020.7%88.5%
44Creek County, Oklahoma$280,6800.7%89.2%
45Jackson County, Oklahoma$268,1780.6%89.8%
46Stephens County, Oklahoma$266,8630.6%90.5%
47McIntosh County, Oklahoma$256,1090.6%91.1%
48Osage County, Oklahoma$256,0670.6%91.7%
49Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$253,9760.6%92.3%
50Love County, Oklahoma$244,1450.6%92.9%
51Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$233,3760.6%93.4%
52Cotton County, Oklahoma$224,6830.5%94.0%
53Major County, Oklahoma$213,6670.5%94.5%
54Coal County, Oklahoma$182,1210.4%94.9%
55Nowata County, Oklahoma$180,9680.4%95.3%
56Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$167,3660.4%95.7%
57Kay County, Oklahoma$165,6440.4%96.1%
58Greer County, Oklahoma$159,8980.4%96.5%
59Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$141,1140.3%96.8%
60Cleveland County, Oklahoma$131,3640.3%97.2%
61Harmon County, Oklahoma$125,1830.3%97.5%
62Latimer County, Oklahoma$122,8920.3%97.7%
63Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$117,7800.3%98.0%
64Noble County, Oklahoma$110,5370.3%98.3%
65Garfield County, Oklahoma$102,2460.2%98.5%
66Le Flore County, Oklahoma$87,5180.2%98.7%
67Marshall County, Oklahoma$84,4360.2%98.9%
68Ellis County, Oklahoma$84,0680.2%99.1%
69Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$81,9080.2%99.3%
70Texas County, Oklahoma$69,2140.2%99.5%
71Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$65,1050.2%99.7%
72Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$48,3670.1%99.8%
73Pawnee County, Oklahoma$44,1680.1%99.9%
74Beaver County, Oklahoma$40,0750.1%100.0%
75Grant County, Oklahoma$10,5700.0%100.0%
76Haskell County, Oklahoma$3,4860.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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