Farmland Protection Program (fpp) payments in Rhode Island totaled $1.6 million from 1995-2016.

States Receiving Farmland Protection Program (fpp) payments, 1995-2016

Rank State Farmland Protection Program (fpp)
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Colorado$11,975,94320.4%20.4%
2Ohio$5,971,69210.2%30.5%
3West Virginia$5,281,7829.0%39.5%
4Texas$5,017,8938.5%48.0%
5Pennsylvania$4,565,6467.8%55.8%
6South Carolina$3,177,5625.4%61.2%
7Michigan$2,527,4424.3%65.5%
8New Hampshire$2,211,4183.8%69.3%
9New Mexico$2,173,9023.7%73.0%
10California$2,078,0003.5%76.5%
11Illinois$2,040,2443.5%80.0%
12Rhode Island$1,561,6722.7%82.6%
13Wisconsin$1,524,0282.6%85.2%
14Montana$1,264,6882.2%87.4%
15Connecticut$1,211,6742.1%89.4%
16Hawaii$1,207,5002.1%91.5%
17Maryland$1,154,0552.0%93.5%
18Tennessee$869,5451.5%94.9%
19Wyoming$861,1471.5%96.4%
20North Carolina$617,4371.1%97.5%
21Missouri$409,5000.7%98.2%
22Oregon$325,0000.6%98.7%
23Idaho$321,0830.5%99.3%
24Georgia$175,0000.3%99.6%
25Arizona$134,5500.2%99.8%
26Oklahoma$116,7050.2%100.0%
27Nebraska$7,1240.0%100.0%
28Massachusetts$3,9850.0%100.0%
29Maine$1,2600.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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