Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Pennsylvania totaled $76.2 million from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Pennsylvania Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$6,868,0999.0%9.0%
2York County, Pennsylvania$4,996,1526.6%15.6%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$4,615,3126.1%21.6%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$3,819,5875.0%26.6%
5Chester County, Pennsylvania$3,017,6824.0%30.6%
6Adams County, Pennsylvania$2,761,0433.6%34.2%
7Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,486,6303.3%37.5%
8Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$2,461,2193.2%40.7%
9Crawford County, Pennsylvania$2,421,4643.2%43.9%
10Mercer County, Pennsylvania$2,087,3332.7%46.6%
11Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$2,000,1552.6%49.2%
12Indiana County, Pennsylvania$1,904,2122.5%51.7%
13Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,896,2832.5%54.2%
14Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,763,3722.3%56.5%
15Northampton County, Pennsylvania$1,733,7422.3%58.8%
16Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$1,730,4812.3%61.1%
17Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,632,2342.1%63.2%
18Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,539,6382.0%65.3%
19Somerset County, Pennsylvania$1,429,0141.9%67.1%
20Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,420,5161.9%69.0%
21Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$1,405,9611.8%70.8%
22Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,365,0771.8%72.6%
23Cambria County, Pennsylvania$1,202,6221.6%74.2%
24Snyder County, Pennsylvania$1,189,4981.6%75.8%
25Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,186,4991.6%77.3%
26Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,151,6171.5%78.8%
27Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,141,7741.5%80.3%
28Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$1,131,6791.5%81.8%
29Bucks County, Pennsylvania$1,036,9081.4%83.2%
30Bedford County, Pennsylvania$1,027,0021.3%84.5%
31Juniata County, Pennsylvania$949,8001.2%85.8%
32Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$949,2391.2%87.0%
33Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$908,5751.2%88.2%
34Union County, Pennsylvania$905,4361.2%89.4%
35Butler County, Pennsylvania$884,9251.2%90.6%
36Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$852,5091.1%91.7%
37Clinton County, Pennsylvania$646,9830.8%92.5%
38Montour County, Pennsylvania$566,3820.7%93.3%
39Clarion County, Pennsylvania$494,5500.6%93.9%
40Fulton County, Pennsylvania$465,8680.6%94.5%
41Fayette County, Pennsylvania$421,4380.6%95.1%
42Tioga County, Pennsylvania$415,4010.5%95.6%
43Venango County, Pennsylvania$374,3260.5%96.1%
44Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$316,8090.4%96.5%
45Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$299,2790.4%96.9%
46Beaver County, Pennsylvania$294,5050.4%97.3%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$292,1210.4%97.7%
48Potter County, Pennsylvania$271,8800.4%98.1%
49Warren County, Pennsylvania$265,7900.3%98.4%
50Monroe County, Pennsylvania$205,6520.3%98.7%
51Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$178,1370.2%98.9%
52Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$163,9680.2%99.1%
53Washington County, Pennsylvania$160,8310.2%99.3%
54Carbon County, Pennsylvania$141,1880.2%99.5%
55Wayne County, Pennsylvania$77,7150.1%99.6%
56Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$74,5970.1%99.7%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$61,3860.1%99.8%
58Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$36,4720.0%99.8%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$28,3100.0%99.9%
60Forest County, Pennsylvania$27,4620.0%99.9%
61McKean County, Pennsylvania$25,2750.0%100.0%
62Greene County, Pennsylvania$15,2700.0%100.0%
63Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$14,7390.0%100.0%
64Delaware County, Pennsylvania$4,3420.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$1,4670.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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