Env. Quality Incentive Program payments in Adair County, Oklahoma totaled $746,925 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Adair County, Oklahoma Receiving Env. Quality Incentive Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Env. Quality Incentive Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Oklahoma NRCS$56,530,93456.2%56.2%
2Caddo County, Oklahoma$1,965,0932.0%58.2%
3Le Flore County, Oklahoma$1,814,8361.8%60.0%
4Custer County, Oklahoma$1,632,7981.6%61.6%
5Texas County, Oklahoma$1,582,2571.6%63.2%
6Harmon County, Oklahoma$1,485,0181.5%64.7%
7Jackson County, Oklahoma$1,330,1181.3%66.0%
8Tillman County, Oklahoma$1,194,2881.2%67.2%
9Osage County, Oklahoma$1,135,5211.1%68.3%
10Delaware County, Oklahoma$1,076,6741.1%69.4%
11Beaver County, Oklahoma$1,076,6051.1%70.5%
12McCurtain County, Oklahoma$1,029,8001.0%71.5%
13Haskell County, Oklahoma$927,0810.9%72.4%
14Cimarron County, Oklahoma$888,2390.9%73.3%
15Kay County, Oklahoma$849,3220.8%74.1%
16Canadian County, Oklahoma$837,2470.8%75.0%
17Muskogee County, Oklahoma$833,7800.8%75.8%
18Major County, Oklahoma$832,0340.8%76.6%
19Washita County, Oklahoma$810,9690.8%77.4%
20Payne County, Oklahoma$783,8100.8%78.2%
21Comanche County, Oklahoma$769,4030.8%79.0%
22Adair County, Oklahoma$746,9250.7%79.7%
23Woodward County, Oklahoma$734,8830.7%80.5%
24Grant County, Oklahoma$727,0000.7%81.2%
25Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$721,2620.7%81.9%
26Dewey County, Oklahoma$716,4120.7%82.6%
27Kiowa County, Oklahoma$681,9130.7%83.3%
28Pawnee County, Oklahoma$658,8310.7%84.0%
29Noble County, Oklahoma$657,5900.7%84.6%
30Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$641,9830.6%85.2%
31Beckham County, Oklahoma$634,8190.6%85.9%
32Bryan County, Oklahoma$589,0830.6%86.5%
33Cotton County, Oklahoma$578,3480.6%87.0%
34Garfield County, Oklahoma$568,0440.6%87.6%
35Nowata County, Oklahoma$530,6200.5%88.1%
36Grady County, Oklahoma$490,9570.5%88.6%
37Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$469,8820.5%89.1%
38Stephens County, Oklahoma$466,5550.5%89.5%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$462,5370.5%90.0%
40Hughes County, Oklahoma$449,2530.4%90.5%
41Greer County, Oklahoma$445,8470.4%90.9%
42Carter County, Oklahoma$417,5850.4%91.3%
43Atoka County, Oklahoma$414,3070.4%91.7%
44Seminole County, Oklahoma$406,5360.4%92.1%
45Woods County, Oklahoma$402,2170.4%92.5%
46Blaine County, Oklahoma$383,4210.4%92.9%
47Harper County, Oklahoma$372,6790.4%93.3%
48McClain County, Oklahoma$367,2530.4%93.7%
49Logan County, Oklahoma$355,4730.4%94.0%
50Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$350,8770.3%94.4%
51Latimer County, Oklahoma$343,8020.3%94.7%
52Ellis County, Oklahoma$318,8250.3%95.0%
53Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$314,0900.3%95.3%
54Choctaw County, Oklahoma$305,1130.3%95.6%
55Ottawa County, Oklahoma$287,6150.3%95.9%
56Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$286,2420.3%96.2%
57McIntosh County, Oklahoma$261,2120.3%96.5%
58Craig County, Oklahoma$258,7400.3%96.7%
59Rogers County, Oklahoma$258,0400.3%97.0%
60Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$244,0490.2%97.2%
61Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$237,9440.2%97.5%
62Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$224,1500.2%97.7%
63Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$207,0200.2%97.9%
64Mayes County, Oklahoma$206,3810.2%98.1%
65Jefferson County, Oklahoma$203,4850.2%98.3%
66Washington County, Oklahoma$202,4220.2%98.5%
67Love County, Oklahoma$187,4130.2%98.7%
68Garvin County, Oklahoma$176,9540.2%98.9%
69Cherokee County, Oklahoma$175,2060.2%99.0%
70Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$162,5140.2%99.2%
71Tulsa County, Oklahoma$147,6940.1%99.3%
72Creek County, Oklahoma$117,3910.1%99.5%
73Marshall County, Oklahoma$113,9610.1%99.6%
74Johnston County, Oklahoma$94,7010.1%99.7%
75Coal County, Oklahoma$88,1690.1%99.7%
76Cleveland County, Oklahoma$87,5760.1%99.8%
77Wagoner County, Oklahoma$85,1740.1%99.9%
78Murray County, Oklahoma$79,0710.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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