Total Market Facilitation Program payments in Somerset County, Pennsylvania totaled $291,611 in 2018

Counties in Somerset County, Pennsylvania Receiving Total Market Facilitation Program payments, 2018

Rank County Total Market Facilitation Program
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Lancaster County, Pennsylvania$2,237,05810.5%10.5%
2Franklin County, Pennsylvania$1,567,9037.4%17.9%
3Berks County, Pennsylvania$1,330,3166.3%24.2%
4Crawford County, Pennsylvania$1,097,8905.2%29.3%
5Chester County, Pennsylvania$1,063,3615.0%34.4%
6York County, Pennsylvania$865,5584.1%38.4%
7Cumberland County, Pennsylvania$836,6083.9%42.4%
8Erie County, Pennsylvania$684,5943.2%45.6%
9Adams County, Pennsylvania$659,7983.1%48.7%
10Mercer County, Pennsylvania$639,0443.0%51.7%
11Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania$577,4222.7%54.4%
12Blair County, Pennsylvania$545,2992.6%57.0%
13Perry County, Pennsylvania$527,4622.5%59.5%
14Cambria County, Pennsylvania$506,5402.4%61.9%
15Indiana County, Pennsylvania$457,1732.2%64.0%
16Northumberland County, Pennsylvania$441,7732.1%66.1%
17Mifflin County, Pennsylvania$436,8442.1%68.1%
18Bedford County, Pennsylvania$424,9292.0%70.1%
19Lawrence County, Pennsylvania$417,1722.0%72.1%
20Juniata County, Pennsylvania$403,4741.9%74.0%
21Centre County, Pennsylvania$377,7651.8%75.8%
22Lycoming County, Pennsylvania$369,3041.7%77.5%
23Columbia County, Pennsylvania$355,3671.7%79.2%
24Dauphin County, Pennsylvania$351,4041.7%80.9%
25Lebanon County, Pennsylvania$326,7341.5%82.4%
26Somerset County, Pennsylvania$291,6111.4%83.8%
27Bradford County, Pennsylvania$271,3051.3%85.0%
28Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania$259,1331.2%86.3%
29Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania$248,2121.2%87.4%
30Snyder County, Pennsylvania$223,8301.1%88.5%
31Union County, Pennsylvania$220,5101.0%89.5%
32Armstrong County, Pennsylvania$204,6421.0%90.5%
33Fulton County, Pennsylvania$198,3220.9%91.4%
34Clarion County, Pennsylvania$193,6600.9%92.3%
35Northampton County, Pennsylvania$176,2450.8%93.2%
36Clinton County, Pennsylvania$151,6540.7%93.9%
37Tioga County, Pennsylvania$139,7290.7%94.5%
38Potter County, Pennsylvania$111,5110.5%95.1%
39Butler County, Pennsylvania$110,2050.5%95.6%
40Beaver County, Pennsylvania$104,1770.5%96.1%
41Fayette County, Pennsylvania$96,3880.5%96.5%
42Lehigh County, Pennsylvania$96,0430.5%97.0%
43Warren County, Pennsylvania$73,7560.3%97.3%
44Venango County, Pennsylvania$70,7800.3%97.7%
45Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania$69,3870.3%98.0%
46Montour County, Pennsylvania$68,7440.3%98.3%
47Wayne County, Pennsylvania$65,2900.3%98.6%
48Bucks County, Pennsylvania$53,1750.3%98.9%
49Monroe County, Pennsylvania$49,8640.2%99.1%
50Clearfield County, Pennsylvania$39,2280.2%99.3%
51Jefferson County, Pennsylvania$31,6220.1%99.4%
52Washington County, Pennsylvania$25,0180.1%99.6%
53Sullivan County, Pennsylvania$20,1940.1%99.6%
54Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania$15,0720.1%99.7%
55Luzerne County, Pennsylvania$14,1220.1%99.8%
56McKean County, Pennsylvania$10,1380.0%99.8%
57Wyoming County, Pennsylvania$8,3960.0%99.9%
58Montgomery County, Pennsylvania$7,4890.0%99.9%
59Elk County, Pennsylvania$7,2400.0%99.9%
60Allegheny County, Pennsylvania$5,6340.0%100.0%
61Forest County, Pennsylvania$3,0640.0%100.0%
62Carbon County, Pennsylvania$1,8660.0%100.0%
63Greene County, Pennsylvania$1,6980.0%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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