Emergency Conservation payments in West Virginia totaled $13.2 million from 1995-2020‡.

Counties in West Virginia Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Pendleton County, West Virginia$1,460,77011.1%11.1%
2Hampshire County, West Virginia$1,092,9408.3%19.4%
3Greenbrier County, West Virginia$988,8457.5%26.9%
4Grant County, West Virginia$830,0926.3%33.2%
5Jackson County, West Virginia$739,0065.6%38.8%
6Roane County, West Virginia$738,0435.6%44.3%
7Pocahontas County, West Virginia$635,8594.8%49.2%
8Hardy County, West Virginia$566,2574.3%53.5%
9Barbour County, West Virginia$504,0893.8%57.3%
10Randolph County, West Virginia$455,9783.5%60.7%
11Monroe County, West Virginia$425,9323.2%64.0%
12Nicholas County, West Virginia$365,2422.8%66.7%
13Braxton County, West Virginia$306,4562.3%69.1%
14Marshall County, West Virginia$306,1652.3%71.4%
15Preston County, West Virginia$298,8662.3%73.7%
16Mason County, West Virginia$285,5432.2%75.8%
17Mineral County, West Virginia$236,6981.8%77.6%
18Gilmer County, West Virginia$181,5991.4%79.0%
19Summers County, West Virginia$164,3741.2%80.2%
20Upshur County, West Virginia$157,2531.2%81.4%
21Tucker County, West Virginia$144,9301.1%82.5%
22Wirt County, West Virginia$138,5731.1%83.6%
23Harrison County, West Virginia$134,5061.0%84.6%
24Lewis County, West Virginia$129,9491.0%85.6%
25Taylor County, West Virginia$122,5660.9%86.5%
26Calhoun County, West Virginia$115,9030.9%87.4%
27Marion County, West Virginia$113,2420.9%88.2%
28Berkeley County, West Virginia$111,5590.8%89.1%
29Wayne County, West Virginia$111,2840.8%89.9%
30Mercer County, West Virginia$107,2830.8%90.7%
31Webster County, West Virginia$94,3090.7%91.5%
32Monongalia County, West Virginia$94,0270.7%92.2%
33Wood County, West Virginia$92,0410.7%92.9%
34Lincoln County, West Virginia$91,0720.7%93.6%
35Clay County, West Virginia$90,9800.7%94.3%
36Raleigh County, West Virginia$90,2420.7%94.9%
37Fayette County, West Virginia$88,0130.7%95.6%
38Ohio County, West Virginia$78,6610.6%96.2%
39Ritchie County, West Virginia$78,1330.6%96.8%
40Jefferson County, West Virginia$56,8200.4%97.2%
41Cabell County, West Virginia$53,7520.4%97.6%
42Morgan County, West Virginia$53,3310.4%98.0%
43Putnam County, West Virginia$52,6560.4%98.4%
44Doddridge County, West Virginia$39,3780.3%98.7%
45Wetzel County, West Virginia$35,2210.3%99.0%
46Tyler County, West Virginia$30,5210.2%99.2%
47Kanawha County, West Virginia$29,5270.2%99.5%
48Brooke County, West Virginia$28,8280.2%99.7%
49Wyoming County, West Virginia$19,6690.1%99.8%
50Boone County, West Virginia$9,6920.1%99.9%
51Pleasants County, West Virginia$8,7710.1%100.0%
52Logan County, West Virginia$3,2530.0%100.0%
53Hancock County, West Virginia$1,2000.0%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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