Env. Quality Incentive Program payments in Hot Springs County, Wyoming totaled $1.3 million from 1995-2017.

Counties in Hot Springs County, Wyoming Receiving Env. Quality Incentive Program payments, 1995-2017

Rank County Env. Quality Incentive Program
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Wyoming NRCS$43,509,39850.4%50.4%
2Fremont County, Wyoming$5,462,6616.3%56.7%
3Goshen County, Wyoming$3,600,0144.2%60.9%
4Johnson County, Wyoming$3,220,0413.7%64.6%
5Sweetwater County, Wyoming$2,732,0783.2%67.8%
6Platte County, Wyoming$2,552,2443.0%70.8%
7Niobrara County, Wyoming$2,369,2672.7%73.5%
8Big Horn County, Wyoming$2,330,0892.7%76.2%
9Park County, Wyoming$2,113,5922.4%78.7%
10Uinta County, Wyoming$2,005,4552.3%81.0%
11Washakie County, Wyoming$1,983,1822.3%83.3%
12Laramie County, Wyoming$1,913,5202.2%85.5%
13Weston County, Wyoming$1,733,7532.0%87.5%
14Converse County, Wyoming$1,722,6372.0%89.5%
15Crook County, Wyoming$1,415,3741.6%91.1%
16Hot Springs County, Wyoming$1,312,2101.5%92.7%
17Carbon County, Wyoming$1,309,3851.5%94.2%
18Sheridan County, Wyoming$1,242,2421.4%95.6%
19Natrona County, Wyoming$1,161,4691.3%97.0%
20Campbell County, Wyoming$932,6501.1%98.0%
21Lincoln County, Wyoming$826,9951.0%99.0%
22Albany County, Wyoming$444,3160.5%99.5%
23Sublette County, Wyoming$404,1700.5%100.0%
24Teton County, Wyoming$15,0060.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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