Emergency Conservation payments in Pennsylvania totaled $6.4 million from 1995-2020‡.

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

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$885,24513.9%13.9%
2Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$435,3626.8%20.7%
3Bradford County, Pennsylvania$362,8205.7%26.4%
4Columbia County, Pennsylvania$350,9065.5%31.9%
5Bucks County, Pennsylvania$260,9104.1%36.0%
6Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$257,8904.0%40.1%
7Washington County, Pennsylvania$245,5553.9%43.9%
8Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$236,0843.7%47.6%
9Bedford County, Pennsylvania$203,3923.2%50.8%
10Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$202,1813.2%54.0%
11Fulton County, Pennsylvania$194,5243.1%57.0%
12Franklin County, Pennsylvania$178,7722.8%59.8%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$158,8972.5%62.3%
14Somerset County, Pennsylvania$132,7372.1%64.4%
15Greene County, Pennsylvania$127,5782.0%66.4%
16Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$120,5611.9%68.3%
17Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$103,5341.6%69.9%
18Indiana County, Pennsylvania$103,0911.6%71.5%
19Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$100,2381.6%73.1%
20Blair County, Pennsylvania$97,7141.5%74.6%
21Butler County, Pennsylvania$96,9561.5%76.2%
22Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$91,0981.4%77.6%
23Erie County, Pennsylvania$89,7861.4%79.0%
24Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$77,7961.2%80.2%
25Adams County, Pennsylvania$71,9621.1%81.3%
26Centre County, Pennsylvania$71,9361.1%82.5%
27Crawford County, Pennsylvania$68,7331.1%83.6%
28Wayne County, Pennsylvania$67,1151.1%84.6%
29Clinton County, Pennsylvania$66,9831.1%85.7%
30Carbon County, Pennsylvania$65,8251.0%86.7%
31York County, Pennsylvania$61,7431.0%87.7%
32Mercer County, Pennsylvania$60,1320.9%88.6%
33Beaver County, Pennsylvania$58,5390.9%89.5%
34Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$51,5190.8%90.3%
35Clarion County, Pennsylvania$46,6090.7%91.1%
36Potter County, Pennsylvania$44,2150.7%91.8%
37Fayette County, Pennsylvania$36,9860.6%92.3%
38Juniata County, Pennsylvania$35,9920.6%92.9%
39McKean County, Pennsylvania$35,9640.6%93.5%
40Northampton County, Pennsylvania$35,0400.5%94.0%
41Perry County, Pennsylvania$31,8230.5%94.5%
42Warren County, Pennsylvania$31,6190.5%95.0%
43Cameron County, Pennsylvania$31,3990.5%95.5%
44Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$31,3180.5%96.0%
45Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$25,5520.4%96.4%
46Tioga County, Pennsylvania$25,0890.4%96.8%
47Venango County, Pennsylvania$23,9030.4%97.2%
48Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$23,5310.4%97.5%
49Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$17,2420.3%97.8%
50Chester County, Pennsylvania$17,1680.3%98.1%
51Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$15,4030.2%98.3%
52Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$14,6510.2%98.5%
53Cambria County, Pennsylvania$14,4130.2%98.8%
54Snyder County, Pennsylvania$12,6090.2%99.0%
55Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$12,3560.2%99.2%
56Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$11,9510.2%99.3%
57Berks County, Pennsylvania$11,2940.2%99.5%
58Union County, Pennsylvania$7,9440.1%99.6%
59Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$6,1900.1%99.7%
60Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$5,2860.1%99.8%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$3,6800.1%99.9%
62Montour County, Pennsylvania$2,5990.0%99.9%
63Monroe County, Pennsylvania$2,4440.0%100.0%
64Delaware County, Pennsylvania$1,7600.0%100.0%
65Pike County, Pennsylvania$6400.0%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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