Emergency Conservation payments in Knox County, Texas totaled $0 in 2018

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2018

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2018
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Georgia$11,533,31312.4%12.4%
2Florida$10,139,38510.9%23.3%
3Texas$8,943,4099.6%32.9%
4Montana$8,264,2288.9%41.7%
5Oklahoma$7,572,5248.1%49.9%
6Kansas$7,149,8657.7%57.5%
7North Carolina$6,404,3646.9%64.4%
8South Dakota$5,907,3056.3%70.8%
9Missouri$5,752,8106.2%76.9%
10Arkansas$5,447,8015.8%82.8%
11California$3,751,8384.0%86.8%
12Washington$2,422,7912.6%89.4%
13Hawaii$2,074,5342.2%91.6%
14Idaho$855,7250.9%92.6%
15South Carolina$786,1350.8%93.4%
16Alabama$672,6020.7%94.1%
17Oregon$594,0660.6%94.8%
18Wyoming$577,5310.6%95.4%
19Nevada$464,4150.5%95.9%
20Massachusetts$394,2480.4%96.3%
21Iowa$350,8810.4%96.7%
22Vermont$347,4720.4%97.0%
23Mississippi$310,8570.3%97.4%
24New York$282,6540.3%97.7%
25West Virginia$280,1210.3%98.0%
26Kentucky$270,4300.3%98.3%
27New Mexico$269,9770.3%98.6%
28North Dakota$224,1540.2%98.8%
29Tennessee$196,9570.2%99.0%
30Colorado$160,3560.2%99.2%
31Virginia$140,8920.2%99.3%
32Illinois$137,2670.1%99.5%
33Wisconsin$130,0300.1%99.6%
34New Hampshire$103,7820.1%99.7%
35Utah$74,0070.1%99.8%
36Maine$55,5310.1%99.9%
37Pennsylvania$51,6130.1%99.9%
38Nebraska$26,6150.0%100.0%
39Louisiana$25,9750.0%100.0%
40Indiana$8,7610.0%100.0%
41Ohio$2,3610.0%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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