Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Somerset County, Pennsylvania totaled $855,568 from 2018-2019‡.

Counties in Somerset County, 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$5,078,62910.3%10.3%
2York County, Pennsylvania$3,301,2066.7%17.1%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$3,031,9946.2%23.2%
4Franklin County, Pennsylvania$2,305,5034.7%27.9%
5Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,830,6013.7%31.7%
6Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,754,8023.6%35.2%
7Crawford County, Pennsylvania$1,689,8203.4%38.7%
8Mercer County, Pennsylvania$1,654,2173.4%42.0%
9Adams County, Pennsylvania$1,642,8513.3%45.4%
10Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$1,450,1883.0%48.3%
11Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$1,283,7662.6%50.9%
12Columbia County, Pennsylvania$1,229,0422.5%53.4%
13Erie County, Pennsylvania$1,216,8042.5%55.9%
14Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$1,185,4392.4%58.3%
15Northampton County, Pennsylvania$1,120,7262.3%60.6%
16Indiana County, Pennsylvania$1,104,1522.2%62.9%
17Perry County, Pennsylvania$1,003,0462.0%64.9%
18Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$994,5842.0%66.9%
19Centre County, Pennsylvania$984,4542.0%68.9%
20Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$972,3402.0%70.9%
21Somerset County, Pennsylvania$855,5681.7%72.7%
22Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$762,8741.6%74.2%
23Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$733,7491.5%75.7%
24Snyder County, Pennsylvania$731,4621.5%77.2%
25Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$706,7801.4%78.6%
26Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$698,8351.4%80.1%
27Juniata County, Pennsylvania$685,6161.4%81.5%
28Cambria County, Pennsylvania$679,2351.4%82.8%
29Blair County, Pennsylvania$647,9431.3%84.2%
30Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$647,4251.3%85.5%
31Union County, Pennsylvania$644,0771.3%86.8%
32Bradford County, Pennsylvania$620,1161.3%88.0%
33Bucks County, Pennsylvania$612,5971.2%89.3%
34Bedford County, Pennsylvania$548,2871.1%90.4%
35Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$508,7121.0%91.4%
36Butler County, Pennsylvania$488,8801.0%92.4%
37Clinton County, Pennsylvania$385,4880.8%93.2%
38Montour County, Pennsylvania$354,2930.7%93.9%
39Fayette County, Pennsylvania$266,1450.5%94.5%
40Clarion County, Pennsylvania$260,1470.5%95.0%
41Fulton County, Pennsylvania$233,7010.5%95.5%
42Venango County, Pennsylvania$227,2080.5%96.0%
43Tioga County, Pennsylvania$199,7820.4%96.4%
44Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$195,7810.4%96.8%
45Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$194,8690.4%97.2%
46Beaver County, Pennsylvania$188,9320.4%97.5%
47Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$172,1270.4%97.9%
48Potter County, Pennsylvania$152,0750.3%98.2%
49Warren County, Pennsylvania$135,3200.3%98.5%
50Monroe County, Pennsylvania$130,7400.3%98.7%
51Washington County, Pennsylvania$103,8190.2%99.0%
52Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$102,8360.2%99.2%
53Carbon County, Pennsylvania$90,4340.2%99.4%
54Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$72,0520.1%99.5%
55Wayne County, Pennsylvania$69,2460.1%99.6%
56Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$52,5870.1%99.7%
57Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$31,4330.1%99.8%
58Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$23,5220.0%99.9%
59McKean County, Pennsylvania$19,9160.0%99.9%
60Elk County, Pennsylvania$16,2140.0%99.9%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$14,5700.0%100.0%
62Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$10,7000.0%100.0%
63Greene County, Pennsylvania$4,5300.0%100.0%
64Delaware County, Pennsylvania$4,3420.0%100.0%
65Cameron County, Pennsylvania$180.0%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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