Environmental Quality Incentives Program payments in Presidio County, Texas totaled $196,076 from 1995-2023.

States Receiving Environmental Quality Incentives Program payments, 1995-2023

Rank State Environmental Quality Incentives Program
1995-2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$80,298,6028.5%8.5%
2Colorado$42,886,3714.5%13.0%
3California$42,508,1364.5%17.6%
4Montana$33,290,6563.5%21.1%
5Nebraska$31,918,7743.4%24.5%
6Utah$28,608,4213.0%27.5%
7Kansas$28,606,7543.0%30.5%
8Mississippi$28,130,6873.0%33.5%
9Iowa$25,932,8442.7%36.2%
10New Mexico$25,426,6662.7%38.9%
11Minnesota$25,021,7162.7%41.6%
12Wyoming$24,410,7162.6%44.2%
13North Carolina$24,038,0882.5%46.7%
14Arkansas$23,594,7262.5%49.2%
15Arizona$22,932,4752.4%51.7%
16Missouri$22,924,9012.4%54.1%
17Oklahoma$22,404,5172.4%56.5%
18Washington$21,365,6272.3%58.7%
19Louisiana$21,282,6212.3%61.0%
20Georgia$20,688,1722.2%63.2%
21South Dakota$20,687,7002.2%65.4%
22Florida$20,536,6032.2%67.5%
23Oregon$20,283,4532.1%69.7%
24North Dakota$19,800,3672.1%71.8%
25Idaho$19,735,3292.1%73.9%
26Wisconsin$19,645,9452.1%75.9%
27Illinois$18,819,3382.0%77.9%
28Alabama$18,758,0052.0%79.9%
29Michigan$17,653,3131.9%81.8%
30Ohio$14,407,3091.5%83.3%
31Tennessee$14,244,9071.5%84.8%
32Kentucky$14,183,3261.5%86.3%
33Pennsylvania$13,942,8141.5%87.8%
34New York$13,696,8641.5%89.3%
35Indiana$13,643,1471.4%90.7%
36Virginia$13,418,9761.4%92.1%
37Maine$13,168,3011.4%93.5%
38South Carolina$12,200,2101.3%94.8%
39West Virginia$8,261,5810.9%95.7%
40Maryland$8,198,5470.9%96.6%
41Nevada$5,917,5910.6%97.2%
42Delaware$5,687,4780.6%97.8%
43Vermont$5,355,8140.6%98.4%
44Connecticut$2,898,6840.3%98.7%
45New Hampshire$2,825,4960.3%99.0%
46New Jersey$2,689,9250.3%99.3%
47Massachusetts$2,576,9260.3%99.5%
48Hawaii$2,074,4770.2%99.7%
49Rhode Island$1,213,0410.1%99.9%
50Alaska$1,208,8550.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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