Grasslands Reserve Program payments in Washington totaled $3,922 in 2020

States Receiving Grasslands Reserve Program payments, 2020

Rank State Grasslands Reserve Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$366,84329.7%29.7%
2Utah$147,29611.9%41.7%
3New Mexico$105,2688.5%50.2%
4South Dakota$94,9047.7%57.9%
5Tennessee$65,4965.3%63.2%
6Florida$56,9274.6%67.8%
7Nebraska$49,8784.0%71.9%
8North Dakota$48,6343.9%75.8%
9Ohio$40,8893.3%79.1%
10Oklahoma$36,1882.9%82.1%
11Colorado$25,0002.0%84.1%
12Mississippi$21,3011.7%85.8%
13Minnesota$16,4801.3%87.2%
14Nevada$15,7381.3%88.4%
15New York$15,4001.2%89.7%
16Oregon$15,2331.2%90.9%
17California$13,6871.1%92.0%
18Arkansas$13,2061.1%93.1%
19Missouri$11,2080.9%94.0%
20Iowa$11,1710.9%94.9%
21Louisiana$11,0770.9%95.8%
22Massachusetts$5,6480.5%96.3%
23Maryland$4,4250.4%96.6%
24South Carolina$4,2860.3%97.0%
25Connecticut$4,2580.3%97.3%
26Pennsylvania$4,0870.3%97.7%
27Kansas$3,9710.3%98.0%
28Washington$3,9220.3%98.3%
29Hawaii$3,8860.3%98.6%
30Georgia$3,3370.3%98.9%
31Alabama$1,8480.1%99.0%
32Alaska$1,7960.1%99.2%
33Montana$1,6800.1%99.3%
34Virginia$1,6170.1%99.4%
35Wyoming$1,2310.1%99.5%
36Indiana$1,1600.1%99.6%
37Kentucky$1,0500.1%99.7%
38Michigan$9860.1%99.8%
39West Virginia$9860.1%99.9%
40New Jersey$6050.0%99.9%
41Wisconsin$4250.0%100.0%
42Vermont$1510.0%100.0%
43Maine$1510.0%100.0%
44Illinois$780.0%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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