Grasslands Reserve Program payments in Mineral County, West Virginia totaled $3,049 from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Mineral County, West Virginia Receiving Grasslands Reserve Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Grasslands Reserve Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Monroe County, West Virginia$308,65837.8%37.8%
2Hardy County, West Virginia$68,8378.4%46.2%
3Grant County, West Virginia$66,5608.1%54.3%
4Hampshire County, West Virginia$66,0838.1%62.4%
5Jefferson County, West Virginia$45,1945.5%68.0%
6Randolph County, West Virginia$42,7215.2%73.2%
7Pocahontas County, West Virginia$32,5994.0%77.2%
8Summers County, West Virginia$31,1003.8%81.0%
9Preston County, West Virginia$28,9683.5%84.5%
10Barbour County, West Virginia$25,7473.2%87.7%
11Tucker County, West Virginia$18,3442.2%89.9%
12Braxton County, West Virginia$17,9102.2%92.1%
13Gilmer County, West Virginia$12,4081.5%93.6%
14Lincoln County, West Virginia$10,9801.3%95.0%
15Upshur County, West Virginia$10,7941.3%96.3%
16Lewis County, West Virginia$6,8880.8%97.1%
17Clay County, West Virginia$4,1510.5%97.7%
18Nicholas County, West Virginia$4,1050.5%98.2%
19West Virginia NRCS$4,0000.5%98.6%
20Mineral County, West Virginia$3,0490.4%99.0%
21Cabell County, West Virginia$2,5500.3%99.3%
22Kanawha County, West Virginia$2,1960.3%99.6%
23Pendleton County, West Virginia$1,9400.2%99.8%
24Greenbrier County, West Virginia$7080.1%99.9%
25Putnam County, West Virginia$6120.1%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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