Emergency Conservation Program payments in Montgomery County, Texas totaled $74,140 from 1995-2023.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation Program payments, 1995-2023

Rank State Emergency Conservation Program
1995-2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$106,891,9416.9%6.9%
2North Carolina$101,361,4996.6%13.5%
3Georgia$93,690,0116.1%19.6%
4Missouri$89,725,3195.8%25.4%
5Texas$86,740,2655.6%31.0%
6South Dakota$86,358,3855.6%36.6%
7California$75,195,4354.9%41.5%
8Nebraska$71,310,7124.6%46.1%
9Oklahoma$68,694,6414.5%50.5%
10Kentucky$63,702,5444.1%54.7%
11Alabama$60,137,3643.9%58.6%
12Montana$57,625,8333.7%62.3%
13Mississippi$54,649,5433.5%65.8%
14Arkansas$54,616,1513.5%69.4%
15Louisiana$47,001,2303.0%72.4%
16Iowa$45,723,3123.0%75.4%
17Kansas$36,278,4882.4%77.7%
18Tennessee$35,364,6762.3%80.0%
19Oregon$32,211,0772.1%82.1%
20Washington$29,883,4381.9%84.1%
21South Carolina$25,446,8701.6%85.7%
22Virginia$19,451,7101.3%87.0%
23Hawaii$19,011,7871.2%88.2%
24New York$16,236,0891.1%89.2%
25West Virginia$14,210,3470.9%90.2%
26Ohio$14,206,2310.9%91.1%
27Wyoming$12,938,5940.8%91.9%
28Colorado$11,969,3810.8%92.7%
29Illinois$11,344,5670.7%93.4%
30Puerto Rico$10,198,6180.7%94.1%
31Idaho$10,153,7240.7%94.8%
32New Mexico$7,412,1490.5%95.2%
33Indiana$7,202,5170.5%95.7%
34Vermont$7,155,7850.5%96.2%
35Nevada$7,008,1660.5%96.6%
36Minnesota$6,742,5770.4%97.1%
37Massachusetts$6,738,3480.4%97.5%
38Utah$6,641,4430.4%97.9%
39Pennsylvania$6,395,3070.4%98.3%
40North Dakota$4,203,4380.3%98.6%
41Maine$3,908,1170.3%98.9%
42Wisconsin$3,717,2430.2%99.1%
43Arizona$3,621,3140.2%99.3%
44New Hampshire$2,524,7870.2%99.5%
45Michigan$2,324,9030.2%99.7%
46New Jersey$1,966,9140.1%99.8%
47Maryland$1,579,0770.1%99.9%
48Rhode Island$979,0420.1%99.9%
49Connecticut$647,8440.0%100.0%
50Guam$71,7510.0%100.0%
51Delaware$57,9740.0%100.0%
52US Virgin Islands$8,5130.0%100.0%
53Northern Mariana Islands$7,8380.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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