Conservation payments in Texas County, Oklahoma totaled $148 million from 1995-2014.

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Counties in Texas County, Oklahoma Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2014

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas County, Oklahoma$147,540,77016.7%16.7%
2Cimarron County, Oklahoma$92,752,00410.5%27.2%
3Oklahoma NRCS$87,309,5219.9%37.1%
4Beaver County, Oklahoma$85,620,4239.7%46.8%
5Ellis County, Oklahoma$41,922,6664.7%51.5%
6Harper County, Oklahoma$41,313,5434.7%56.2%
7Harmon County, Oklahoma$31,444,5413.6%59.8%
8Beckham County, Oklahoma$30,953,8763.5%63.3%
9Grant County, Oklahoma$23,716,2522.7%66.0%
10Woods County, Oklahoma$21,949,5042.5%68.5%
11Greer County, Oklahoma$21,846,6532.5%70.9%
12Dewey County, Oklahoma$19,007,4702.2%73.1%
13Jackson County, Oklahoma$16,328,8581.8%74.9%
14Woodward County, Oklahoma$16,047,9791.8%76.7%
15Major County, Oklahoma$15,000,5661.7%78.4%
16Tillman County, Oklahoma$14,709,7081.7%80.1%
17Roger Mills County, Oklahoma$14,101,7691.6%81.7%
18Caddo County, Oklahoma$10,719,0141.2%82.9%
19Alfalfa County, Oklahoma$10,473,1851.2%84.1%
20Kiowa County, Oklahoma$9,235,8271.0%85.1%
21Custer County, Oklahoma$7,073,7650.8%85.9%
22Blaine County, Oklahoma$6,926,1050.8%86.7%
23Garfield County, Oklahoma$6,836,9020.8%87.5%
24Kay County, Oklahoma$6,678,4750.8%88.3%
25Cotton County, Oklahoma$6,416,1070.7%89.0%
26Jefferson County, Oklahoma$6,191,2110.7%89.7%
27McCurtain County, Oklahoma$5,761,2390.7%90.3%
28Kingfisher County, Oklahoma$5,356,5520.6%91.0%
29Washita County, Oklahoma$4,742,8610.5%91.5%
30Bryan County, Oklahoma$3,965,3630.4%91.9%
31Craig County, Oklahoma$3,390,1820.4%92.3%
32Osage County, Oklahoma$3,382,2750.4%92.7%
33Canadian County, Oklahoma$3,358,1810.4%93.1%
34Le Flore County, Oklahoma$3,272,2150.4%93.5%
35Logan County, Oklahoma$3,150,2670.4%93.8%
36Grady County, Oklahoma$3,065,7520.3%94.2%
37Comanche County, Oklahoma$2,577,6620.3%94.4%
38Garvin County, Oklahoma$2,529,1960.3%94.7%
39Lincoln County, Oklahoma$2,467,9410.3%95.0%
40Muskogee County, Oklahoma$2,273,6300.3%95.3%
41Delaware County, Oklahoma$2,152,9510.2%95.5%
42Adair County, Oklahoma$2,146,9300.2%95.8%
43Ottawa County, Oklahoma$2,143,3790.2%96.0%
44Noble County, Oklahoma$2,060,4570.2%96.2%
45Stephens County, Oklahoma$1,905,2750.2%96.5%
46Payne County, Oklahoma$1,535,5210.2%96.6%
47Haskell County, Oklahoma$1,535,2990.2%96.8%
48Hughes County, Oklahoma$1,477,9240.2%97.0%
49Carter County, Oklahoma$1,437,7070.2%97.1%
50Choctaw County, Oklahoma$1,377,0060.2%97.3%
51Seminole County, Oklahoma$1,309,2690.1%97.4%
52Nowata County, Oklahoma$1,267,3540.1%97.6%
53Washington County, Oklahoma$1,230,2370.1%97.7%
54Murray County, Oklahoma$1,191,3870.1%97.9%
55Okmulgee County, Oklahoma$1,152,0060.1%98.0%
56Wagoner County, Oklahoma$1,104,0380.1%98.1%
57Cherokee County, Oklahoma$1,046,2080.1%98.2%
58Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma$1,036,8550.1%98.3%
59Rogers County, Oklahoma$1,023,4570.1%98.5%
60Latimer County, Oklahoma$962,4130.1%98.6%
61Tulsa County, Oklahoma$885,6910.1%98.7%
62Pontotoc County, Oklahoma$855,3670.1%98.8%
63Atoka County, Oklahoma$836,0200.1%98.9%
64Love County, Oklahoma$830,9270.1%99.0%
65Pawnee County, Oklahoma$816,6330.1%99.0%
66Sequoyah County, Oklahoma$795,1540.1%99.1%
67McIntosh County, Oklahoma$792,7360.1%99.2%
68McClain County, Oklahoma$763,5080.1%99.3%
69Mayes County, Oklahoma$729,9100.1%99.4%
70Okfuskee County, Oklahoma$671,0020.1%99.5%
71Creek County, Oklahoma$622,8390.1%99.5%
72Pittsburg County, Oklahoma$557,8090.1%99.6%
73Pushmataha County, Oklahoma$554,8780.1%99.7%
74Oklahoma County, Oklahoma$532,8110.1%99.7%
75Marshall County, Oklahoma$492,5340.1%99.8%
76Johnston County, Oklahoma$385,7240.0%99.8%
77Coal County, Oklahoma$317,0160.0%99.9%
78Cleveland County, Oklahoma$237,2560.0%99.9%
79$208,9110.0%99.9%
80$162,7800.0%99.9%
81$73,3910.0%99.9%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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