Emergency Conservation payments in Crook County, Oregon totaled $57,499 from 1995-2014.

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='em_cons' and regtype='STATE' and mtotal!=0 ORDER BY mtotal DESC

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2014

Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Missouri$58,780,2057.0%7.0%
2Texas$51,831,0656.2%13.1%
3North Carolina$49,665,9895.9%19.0%
4Mississippi$49,464,9795.9%24.9%
5Kentucky$48,295,5725.7%30.6%
6Alabama$42,908,9605.1%35.7%
7Florida$42,656,5155.1%40.8%
8Georgia$37,280,7054.4%45.2%
9South Dakota$35,934,7994.3%49.5%
10Iowa$35,915,6154.3%53.7%
11California$35,157,9194.2%57.9%
12Oklahoma$32,228,8453.8%61.7%
13Arkansas$31,673,8663.8%65.5%
14Louisiana$28,838,6163.4%68.9%
15Montana$25,877,2323.1%72.0%
16Tennessee$24,271,7682.9%74.9%
17Nebraska$18,571,0762.2%77.1%
18Virginia$18,092,6022.1%79.2%
19New York$14,952,4821.8%81.0%
20Ohio$12,404,2741.5%82.5%
21West Virginia$11,926,9691.4%83.9%
22Illinois$10,453,2641.2%85.1%
23Washington$10,065,1911.2%86.3%
24Colorado$9,842,2081.2%87.5%
25South Carolina$9,547,9351.1%88.6%
26Hawaii$8,092,1561.0%89.6%
27Indiana$7,042,0660.8%90.4%
28Wyoming$6,913,1340.8%91.2%
29Vermont$6,405,7850.8%92.0%
30Idaho$6,326,0030.8%92.7%
31Oregon$6,121,5440.7%93.5%
32Pennsylvania$6,072,3380.7%94.2%
33Utah$5,433,8060.6%94.8%
34Massachusetts$5,310,7070.6%95.5%
35Kansas$5,254,2710.6%96.1%
36Minnesota$5,086,6410.6%96.7%
37New Mexico$4,922,7900.6%97.3%
38Nevada$4,778,5390.6%97.8%
39Maine$3,335,2940.4%98.2%
40North Dakota$3,116,2010.4%98.6%
41Wisconsin$2,486,2370.3%98.9%
42Arizona$2,295,8120.3%99.2%
43New Jersey$1,565,4220.2%99.4%
44New Hampshire$1,514,9320.2%99.5%
45Michigan$1,514,2270.2%99.7%
46Maryland$1,459,1490.2%99.9%
47Connecticut$604,7920.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$226,4840.0%100.0%
49Delaware$45,6650.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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