Emergency Conservation payments in Wisconsin totaled $2.7 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Wisconsin Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Emergency Conservation
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Trempealeau County, Wisconsin$754,95928.5%28.5%
2Monroe County, Wisconsin$616,64423.3%51.7%
3Buffalo County, Wisconsin$172,6766.5%58.2%
4Grant County, Wisconsin$153,4735.8%64.0%
5Sauk County, Wisconsin$139,4685.3%69.3%
6Lafayette County, Wisconsin$133,2415.0%74.3%
7Green Lake County, Wisconsin$123,0524.6%79.0%
8Vernon County, Wisconsin$94,7903.6%82.5%
9Columbia County, Wisconsin$88,8963.4%85.9%
10Richland County, Wisconsin$76,4022.9%88.8%
11Jackson County, Wisconsin$68,7052.6%91.4%
12Crawford County, Wisconsin$48,0991.8%93.2%
13Dodge County, Wisconsin$32,2311.2%94.4%
14Jefferson County, Wisconsin$25,4131.0%95.3%
15Pepin County, Wisconsin$23,0790.9%96.2%
16Racine County, Wisconsin$16,0210.6%96.8%
17Burnett County, Wisconsin$14,7060.6%97.4%
18Saint Croix County, Wisconsin$12,6440.5%97.9%
19Washburn County, Wisconsin$12,4640.5%98.3%
20Pierce County, Wisconsin$11,2120.4%98.7%
21Florence County, Wisconsin$9,1690.3%99.1%
22Dunn County, Wisconsin$5,6490.2%99.3%
23Kenosha County, Wisconsin$5,0810.2%99.5%
24Eau Claire County, Wisconsin$4,6330.2%99.7%
25Rock County, Wisconsin$3,7820.1%99.8%
26Dane County, Wisconsin$3,3810.1%99.9%
27Sheboygan County, Wisconsin$1,5430.1%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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