Conservation payments in Wyoming totaled $292 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Wyoming Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wyoming NRCS$56,972,47619.5%19.5%
2Laramie County, Wyoming$56,302,44019.3%38.7%
3Goshen County, Wyoming$55,923,65719.1%57.9%
4Platte County, Wyoming$39,542,98713.5%71.4%
5Niobrara County, Wyoming$12,488,4064.3%75.7%
6Campbell County, Wyoming$10,631,4023.6%79.3%
7Fremont County, Wyoming$7,869,8662.7%82.0%
8Converse County, Wyoming$5,846,2042.0%84.0%
9Johnson County, Wyoming$4,919,3441.7%85.7%
10Weston County, Wyoming$4,317,0991.5%87.1%
11Crook County, Wyoming$4,278,4131.5%88.6%
12Park County, Wyoming$4,253,7871.5%90.1%
13Big Horn County, Wyoming$4,101,2241.4%91.5%
14Natrona County, Wyoming$3,767,5041.3%92.8%
15Sheridan County, Wyoming$3,513,7081.2%94.0%
16Sweetwater County, Wyoming$3,100,1581.1%95.0%
17Washakie County, Wyoming$3,028,4921.0%96.1%
18Hot Springs County, Wyoming$2,671,0130.9%97.0%
19Lincoln County, Wyoming$2,531,8930.9%97.8%
20Uinta County, Wyoming$2,241,9400.8%98.6%
21Carbon County, Wyoming$1,981,7200.7%99.3%
22Sublette County, Wyoming$1,121,0600.4%99.7%
23Albany County, Wyoming$917,0580.3%100.0%
24Teton County, Wyoming$68,3720.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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