Emergency Conservation payments in Oklahoma totaled $59.7 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Oklahoma Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dewey County, Oklahoma$8,550,61314.3%14.3%
2McCurtain County, Oklahoma$4,280,0737.2%21.5%
3Harper County, Oklahoma$3,490,6165.8%27.3%
4Woodward County, Oklahoma$3,331,3245.6%32.9%
5Choctaw County, Oklahoma$2,933,0164.9%37.8%
6Beaver County, Oklahoma$2,296,6013.8%41.7%
7Garvin County, Oklahoma$2,209,0523.7%45.4%
8Caddo County, Oklahoma$1,798,5813.0%48.4%
9Ottawa County, Oklahoma$1,657,4042.8%51.1%
10Murray County, Oklahoma$1,224,0752.0%53.2%
11Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$1,209,4482.0%55.2%
12Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,139,7371.9%57.1%
13Lincoln County, Oklahoma$1,010,5941.7%58.8%
14Woods County, Oklahoma$999,6411.7%60.5%
15Adair County, Oklahoma$985,4901.6%62.1%
16Wagoner County, Oklahoma$927,2211.6%63.7%
17Carter County, Oklahoma$868,3011.5%65.1%
18Grady County, Oklahoma$864,8251.4%66.6%
19Washington County, Oklahoma$843,1461.4%68.0%
20Canadian County, Oklahoma$819,8291.4%69.4%
21Craig County, Oklahoma$731,8591.2%70.6%
22Tulsa County, Oklahoma$671,8551.1%71.7%
23Hughes County, Oklahoma$669,3901.1%72.8%
24Blaine County, Oklahoma$656,8411.1%73.9%
25Custer County, Oklahoma$637,5301.1%75.0%
26Muskogee County, Oklahoma$631,4161.1%76.1%
27Jefferson County, Oklahoma$631,2451.1%77.1%
28Rogers County, Oklahoma$616,5021.0%78.2%
29Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$601,1741.0%79.2%
30Logan County, Oklahoma$589,0871.0%80.1%
31Cherokee County, Oklahoma$579,7261.0%81.1%
32Seminole County, Oklahoma$547,9610.9%82.0%
33Johnston County, Oklahoma$546,7700.9%82.9%
34Beckham County, Oklahoma$535,1900.9%83.8%
35Tillman County, Oklahoma$488,4080.8%84.7%
36Atoka County, Oklahoma$466,0460.8%85.4%
37Bryan County, Oklahoma$462,4580.8%86.2%
38Mayes County, Oklahoma$432,9580.7%86.9%
39Harmon County, Oklahoma$420,7260.7%87.6%
40Kiowa County, Oklahoma$402,5570.7%88.3%
41Payne County, Oklahoma$402,0040.7%89.0%
42Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$394,2450.7%89.7%
43Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$392,9340.7%90.3%
44Comanche County, Oklahoma$336,9520.6%90.9%
45Stephens County, Oklahoma$327,0910.5%91.4%
46McClain County, Oklahoma$301,5380.5%91.9%
47Washita County, Oklahoma$299,9360.5%92.4%
48Creek County, Oklahoma$280,6800.5%92.9%
49Osage County, Oklahoma$275,2420.5%93.4%
50Jackson County, Oklahoma$268,1780.4%93.8%
51McIntosh County, Oklahoma$256,1090.4%94.2%
52Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$253,9760.4%94.7%
53Love County, Oklahoma$252,2920.4%95.1%
54Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$233,3760.4%95.5%
55Cotton County, Oklahoma$224,6830.4%95.8%
56Major County, Oklahoma$220,7230.4%96.2%
57Ellis County, Oklahoma$200,5940.3%96.6%
58Coal County, Oklahoma$182,1210.3%96.9%
59Nowata County, Oklahoma$180,9680.3%97.2%
60Kay County, Oklahoma$170,9280.3%97.4%
61Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$167,3660.3%97.7%
62Greer County, Oklahoma$159,8980.3%98.0%
63Le Flore County, Oklahoma$139,5620.2%98.2%
64Cleveland County, Oklahoma$132,6320.2%98.5%
65Latimer County, Oklahoma$122,8920.2%98.7%
66Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$117,7800.2%98.9%
67Noble County, Oklahoma$111,7870.2%99.0%
68Garfield County, Oklahoma$102,2460.2%99.2%
69Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$91,3140.2%99.4%
70Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$84,4400.1%99.5%
71Marshall County, Oklahoma$84,4360.1%99.6%
72Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$82,4810.1%99.8%
73Texas County, Oklahoma$69,2140.1%99.9%
74Pawnee County, Oklahoma$44,1680.1%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.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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