Total Counter Cyclical Payments in Clarion County, Pennsylvania totaled $537,413 from 1995-2017.

Counties in Clarion County, Pennsylvania Receiving Total Counter Cyclical Payments payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Total Counter Cyclical Payments
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1York County, Pennsylvania$2,964,8246.1%6.1%
2Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$2,659,4355.5%11.6%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$2,250,5104.6%16.2%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$2,197,3824.5%20.8%
5Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,668,5123.4%24.2%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,652,9193.4%27.6%
7Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,483,7603.1%30.7%
8Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,330,3182.7%33.4%
9Crawford County, Pennsylvania$1,322,8882.7%36.2%
10Northampton County, Pennsylvania$1,264,3862.6%38.8%
11Centre County, Pennsylvania$1,179,2162.4%41.2%
12Bedford County, Pennsylvania$1,135,7852.3%43.5%
13Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$1,134,8742.3%45.9%
14Adams County, Pennsylvania$1,113,7962.3%48.2%
15Indiana County, Pennsylvania$1,111,4462.3%50.5%
16Bradford County, Pennsylvania$1,055,6002.2%52.6%
17Blair County, Pennsylvania$1,035,4532.1%54.8%
18Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$1,011,7682.1%56.9%
19Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$1,007,8682.1%59.0%
20Columbia County, Pennsylvania$979,5592.0%61.0%
21Erie County, Pennsylvania$973,1152.0%63.0%
22Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$927,8431.9%64.9%
23Perry County, Pennsylvania$919,3211.9%66.8%
24Somerset County, Pennsylvania$902,5721.9%68.6%
25Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$866,1241.8%70.4%
26Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$860,6741.8%72.2%
27Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$849,5171.8%74.0%
28Juniata County, Pennsylvania$831,4441.7%75.7%
29Butler County, Pennsylvania$795,6981.6%77.3%
30Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$708,0671.5%78.8%
31Bucks County, Pennsylvania$695,0351.4%80.2%
32Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$661,8881.4%81.6%
33Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$594,0751.2%82.8%
34Fulton County, Pennsylvania$569,2101.2%84.0%
35Clarion County, Pennsylvania$537,4131.1%85.1%
36Tioga County, Pennsylvania$534,8121.1%86.2%
37Snyder County, Pennsylvania$502,7551.0%87.2%
38Cambria County, Pennsylvania$499,0721.0%88.3%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$498,1901.0%89.3%
40Clinton County, Pennsylvania$489,4191.0%90.3%
41Union County, Pennsylvania$409,6220.8%91.1%
42Montour County, Pennsylvania$377,1700.8%91.9%
43Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$360,0120.7%92.7%
44Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$336,4010.7%93.4%
45Washington County, Pennsylvania$311,1650.6%94.0%
46Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$307,2030.6%94.6%
47Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$282,9630.6%95.2%
48Potter County, Pennsylvania$275,6710.6%95.8%
49Venango County, Pennsylvania$272,1620.6%96.3%
50Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$245,0080.5%96.8%
51Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$209,1510.4%97.3%
52Carbon County, Pennsylvania$199,9920.4%97.7%
53Monroe County, Pennsylvania$185,3720.4%98.1%
54Beaver County, Pennsylvania$181,6320.4%98.4%
55Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$161,4910.3%98.8%
56Warren County, Pennsylvania$159,5050.3%99.1%
57Greene County, Pennsylvania$79,9670.2%99.3%
58McKean County, Pennsylvania$68,9380.1%99.4%
59Delaware County, Pennsylvania$54,2780.1%99.5%
60Wayne County, Pennsylvania$51,1550.1%99.6%
61Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$47,4660.1%99.7%
62Pike County, Pennsylvania$33,0540.1%99.8%
63Elk County, Pennsylvania$31,6040.1%99.9%
64Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$31,1810.1%99.9%
65Forest County, Pennsylvania$23,8240.0%100.0%
66Cameron County, Pennsylvania$10,2610.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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