Emergency Conservation payments in Washington totaled $20.6 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in Washington Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Okanogan County, Washington$5,762,96327.9%27.9%
2Yakima County, Washington$2,156,75410.5%38.4%
3Douglas County, Washington$1,754,2568.5%46.9%
4Klickitat County, Washington$1,379,0026.7%53.6%
5Benton County, Washington$1,033,4565.0%58.6%
6Lincoln County, Washington$946,5814.6%63.2%
7Snohomish County, Washington$907,1114.4%67.6%
8Lewis County, Washington$814,9344.0%71.5%
9Columbia County, Washington$694,6543.4%74.9%
10Franklin County, Washington$619,0083.0%77.9%
11Grant County, Washington$519,1712.5%80.4%
12Adams County, Washington$392,8681.9%82.3%
13Asotin County, Washington$365,3671.8%84.1%
14Stevens County, Washington$352,7591.7%85.8%
15Thurston County, Washington$313,0471.5%87.3%
16Whitman County, Washington$284,5291.4%88.7%
17Garfield County, Washington$275,1391.3%90.0%
18Spokane County, Washington$262,4861.3%91.3%
19Walla Walla County, Washington$255,0931.2%92.5%
20Grays Harbor County, Washington$212,1031.0%93.6%
21Pierce County, Washington$209,9381.0%94.6%
22Ferry County, Washington$188,2740.9%95.5%
23Whatcom County, Washington$180,5960.9%96.4%
24Kittitas County, Washington$175,4580.9%97.2%
25Pacific County, Washington$154,6090.7%98.0%
26Mason County, Washington$93,7750.5%98.4%
27Chelan County, Washington$90,9990.4%98.9%
28Clark County, Washington$61,0490.3%99.2%
29Wahkiakum County, Washington$50,3030.2%99.4%
30Pend Oreille County, Washington$41,2150.2%99.6%
31Skagit County, Washington$30,4940.1%99.8%
32Cowlitz County, Washington$24,6960.1%99.9%
33Kitsap County, Washington$15,9780.1%100.0%
34King County, Washington$9,7840.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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