Conservation Reserve Program payments in Wyoming totaled $173 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Wyoming Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Laramie County, Wyoming$54,005,05331.3%31.3%
2Goshen County, Wyoming$51,704,64430.0%61.3%
3Platte County, Wyoming$35,634,70120.7%81.9%
4Niobrara County, Wyoming$9,552,3845.5%87.4%
5Campbell County, Wyoming$8,929,7535.2%92.6%
6Crook County, Wyoming$1,992,3671.2%93.8%
7Natrona County, Wyoming$1,764,2311.0%94.8%
8Converse County, Wyoming$1,684,9601.0%95.8%
9Sheridan County, Wyoming$1,570,0570.9%96.7%
10Lincoln County, Wyoming$1,496,0990.9%97.5%
11Weston County, Wyoming$1,096,2960.6%98.2%
12Hot Springs County, Wyoming$885,8230.5%98.7%
13Park County, Wyoming$605,2140.4%99.0%
14Washakie County, Wyoming$513,3810.3%99.3%
15Johnson County, Wyoming$444,2040.3%99.6%
16Big Horn County, Wyoming$330,0900.2%99.8%
17Carbon County, Wyoming$199,1800.1%99.9%
18Fremont County, Wyoming$102,1840.1%100.0%
19Albany County, Wyoming$33,3800.0%100.0%
20Sublette County, Wyoming$14,1000.0%100.0%
21Uinta County, Wyoming$5,7820.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

Farm Subsidies Education

AgMag