Emergency Conservation payments in Oklahoma totaled $4.9 million in 2017

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2017

Rank County Emergency Conservation
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1McCurtain County, Oklahoma$1,097,71022.3%22.3%
2Woodward County, Oklahoma$740,66915.1%37.4%
3Harper County, Oklahoma$666,82613.6%50.9%
4Woods County, Oklahoma$653,13913.3%64.2%
5Choctaw County, Oklahoma$407,6338.3%72.5%
6Beckham County, Oklahoma$165,8323.4%75.9%
7Wagoner County, Oklahoma$141,2432.9%78.7%
8Murray County, Oklahoma$123,1192.5%81.2%
9Johnston County, Oklahoma$111,7742.3%83.5%
10Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$105,6502.1%85.7%
11Bryan County, Oklahoma$91,9021.9%87.5%
12Carter County, Oklahoma$71,3821.5%89.0%
13Garvin County, Oklahoma$57,9811.2%90.2%
14Tulsa County, Oklahoma$54,7801.1%91.3%
15Ottawa County, Oklahoma$53,3611.1%92.3%
16Jefferson County, Oklahoma$51,7621.1%93.4%
17Delaware County, Oklahoma$44,4120.9%94.3%
18Washita County, Oklahoma$35,4220.7%95.0%
19Payne County, Oklahoma$26,5930.5%95.6%
20Love County, Oklahoma$24,9520.5%96.1%
21Marshall County, Oklahoma$22,9500.5%96.5%
22Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$22,6700.5%97.0%
23Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$20,4970.4%97.4%
24Atoka County, Oklahoma$20,3670.4%97.8%
25Jackson County, Oklahoma$16,5280.3%98.2%
26Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$16,0740.3%98.5%
27McClain County, Oklahoma$14,7180.3%98.8%
28Rogers County, Oklahoma$13,6670.3%99.1%
29Grady County, Oklahoma$12,0410.2%99.3%
30Logan County, Oklahoma$11,0490.2%99.5%
31Muskogee County, Oklahoma$6,5470.1%99.7%
32Dewey County, Oklahoma$6,1420.1%99.8%
33Comanche County, Oklahoma$4,1990.1%99.9%
34Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$3,7800.1%100.0%
35Adair County, Oklahoma$2,0460.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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