Conservation Reserve Program payments in Pennsylvania totaled $407 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Bradford County, Pennsylvania$34,798,2138.5%8.5%
2Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$21,477,3165.3%13.8%
3Tioga County, Pennsylvania$21,425,5905.3%19.1%
4Columbia County, Pennsylvania$21,211,2015.2%24.3%
5Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$18,508,7354.5%28.8%
6Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$12,866,6833.2%32.0%
7Somerset County, Pennsylvania$12,794,8963.1%35.1%
8Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$12,257,6223.0%38.2%
9Potter County, Pennsylvania$12,063,7703.0%41.1%
10Montour County, Pennsylvania$11,583,1142.8%44.0%
11Berks County, Pennsylvania$10,896,9762.7%46.6%
12Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$10,755,8012.6%49.3%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$10,484,1362.6%51.9%
14York County, Pennsylvania$10,181,6402.5%54.4%
15Bedford County, Pennsylvania$9,286,2382.3%56.6%
16Franklin County, Pennsylvania$8,900,8022.2%58.8%
17Juniata County, Pennsylvania$8,807,5962.2%61.0%
18Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$8,000,8422.0%63.0%
19Perry County, Pennsylvania$7,414,5351.8%64.8%
20Fulton County, Pennsylvania$7,101,9331.7%66.5%
21Erie County, Pennsylvania$6,997,1281.7%68.2%
22Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$6,908,8791.7%69.9%
23Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$6,785,3961.7%71.6%
24Snyder County, Pennsylvania$6,724,8671.7%73.3%
25Cambria County, Pennsylvania$6,565,4531.6%74.9%
26Adams County, Pennsylvania$6,273,1211.5%76.4%
27Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$6,085,7381.5%77.9%
28Centre County, Pennsylvania$5,970,9111.5%79.4%
29Indiana County, Pennsylvania$5,956,4311.5%80.8%
30Washington County, Pennsylvania$5,714,4771.4%82.2%
31Chester County, Pennsylvania$5,040,0921.2%83.5%
32Union County, Pennsylvania$4,925,5091.2%84.7%
33Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$4,404,1631.1%85.8%
34Clarion County, Pennsylvania$4,325,3891.1%86.8%
35Blair County, Pennsylvania$4,217,6801.0%87.9%
36Crawford County, Pennsylvania$4,061,1431.0%88.9%
37Butler County, Pennsylvania$3,891,9071.0%89.8%
38Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$3,850,5910.9%90.8%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$3,472,1830.9%91.6%
40Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$3,458,6370.8%92.5%
41Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$3,324,8590.8%93.3%
42McKean County, Pennsylvania$3,050,7220.7%94.0%
43Venango County, Pennsylvania$2,137,3390.5%94.6%
44Wayne County, Pennsylvania$2,085,3410.5%95.1%
45Mercer County, Pennsylvania$2,060,4160.5%95.6%
46Warren County, Pennsylvania$2,040,4490.5%96.1%
47Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$2,026,7390.5%96.6%
48Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$1,960,7920.5%97.1%
49Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$1,951,9010.5%97.5%
50Beaver County, Pennsylvania$1,550,4930.4%97.9%
51Clinton County, Pennsylvania$1,503,2790.4%98.3%
52Carbon County, Pennsylvania$1,459,8560.4%98.6%
53Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$1,388,6980.3%99.0%
54Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$1,316,0960.3%99.3%
55Greene County, Pennsylvania$815,1290.2%99.5%
56Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$534,4060.1%99.6%
57Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$362,6890.1%99.7%
58Northampton County, Pennsylvania$353,2780.1%99.8%
59Bucks County, Pennsylvania$281,3860.1%99.9%
60Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$196,2360.0%99.9%
61Cameron County, Pennsylvania$104,2670.0%100.0%
62Elk County, Pennsylvania$52,4180.0%100.0%
63Forest County, Pennsylvania$44,2730.0%100.0%
64Monroe County, Pennsylvania$35,9930.0%100.0%
65Delaware County, Pennsylvania$21,0610.0%100.0%
66Pike County, Pennsylvania$12,8320.0%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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