Conservation payments in Wyoming totaled $5.9 million in 2017

Counties in Wyoming Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 2017

Rank County Subtotal, Conservation Programs
2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Goshen County, Wyoming$1,955,14933.3%33.3%
2Laramie County, Wyoming$1,404,17223.9%57.3%
3Platte County, Wyoming$1,144,38019.5%76.8%
4Niobrara County, Wyoming$350,2696.0%82.8%
5Campbell County, Wyoming$336,5895.7%88.5%
6Converse County, Wyoming$102,6501.7%90.2%
7Fremont County, Wyoming$96,4421.6%91.9%
8Sublette County, Wyoming$95,9491.6%93.5%
9Big Horn County, Wyoming$60,7581.0%94.6%
10Lincoln County, Wyoming$59,7131.0%95.6%
11Crook County, Wyoming$53,9210.9%96.5%
12Hot Springs County, Wyoming$45,5990.8%97.3%
13Sheridan County, Wyoming$39,1470.7%97.9%
14Weston County, Wyoming$36,5940.6%98.6%
15Washakie County, Wyoming$33,4230.6%99.1%
16Park County, Wyoming$17,9130.3%99.4%
17Natrona County, Wyoming$13,1000.2%99.7%
18Albany County, Wyoming$12,0570.2%99.9%
19Carbon County, Wyoming$4,2780.1%99.9%
20Johnson County, Wyoming$3,6730.1%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 April 30, 2019.

 

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