Emergency Conservation payments in Utah totaled $5.7 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Utah Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Washington County, Utah$672,76711.9%11.9%
2Emery County, Utah$582,34010.3%22.2%
3San Juan County, Utah$562,4259.9%32.2%
4Garfield County, Utah$468,6748.3%40.4%
5Sanpete County, Utah$449,6388.0%48.4%
6Uintah County, Utah$427,4397.6%56.0%
7Juab County, Utah$384,3326.8%62.8%
8Iron County, Utah$337,5086.0%68.7%
9Carbon County, Utah$285,7685.1%73.8%
10Sevier County, Utah$239,3214.2%78.0%
11Cache County, Utah$211,1553.7%81.8%
12Utah County, Utah$189,5023.4%85.1%
13Millard County, Utah$140,7572.5%87.6%
14Wayne County, Utah$134,5342.4%90.0%
15Piute County, Utah$133,2162.4%92.3%
16Box Elder County, Utah$131,3862.3%94.7%
17Beaver County, Utah$85,6791.5%96.2%
18Kane County, Utah$70,9421.3%97.4%
19Duchesne County, Utah$60,6051.1%98.5%
20Weber County, Utah$51,0760.9%99.4%
21Morgan County, Utah$11,6780.2%99.6%
22Summit County, Utah$9,0000.2%99.8%
23Rich County, Utah$7,6950.1%99.9%
24Grand County, Utah$3,8850.1%100.0%
25Wasatch County, Utah$1,0790.0%100.0%
26Daggett County, Utah$5200.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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