Emergency Conservation payments in 11th District of California (Rep. Mark DeSaulnier) totaled $0 in 2016

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 2016

Rank State Emergency Conservation
2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Nebraska$4,236,87214.0%14.0%
2Missouri$3,451,94411.4%25.3%
3Washington$3,035,18410.0%35.3%
4Alabama$2,685,1468.8%44.2%
5Oklahoma$2,178,1977.2%51.4%
6South Dakota$1,898,6646.3%57.6%
7Oregon$1,861,2106.1%63.7%
8Hawaii$1,753,0345.8%69.5%
9California$1,747,8095.8%75.3%
10Texas$1,692,6515.6%80.9%
11Tennessee$1,417,6804.7%85.5%
12Montana$702,2642.3%87.8%
13South Carolina$583,3921.9%89.8%
14Arkansas$464,3351.5%91.3%
15New Mexico$300,3961.0%92.3%
16Idaho$291,6191.0%93.2%
17Wyoming$291,1201.0%94.2%
18Ohio$251,3530.8%95.0%
19Mississippi$249,8880.8%95.9%
20Kansas$204,3540.7%96.5%
21Colorado$168,2030.6%97.1%
22Arizona$136,3280.4%97.5%
23North Carolina$108,3350.4%97.9%
24New York$91,9720.3%98.2%
25Illinois$90,5190.3%98.5%
26Nevada$89,6320.3%98.8%
27Kentucky$84,8700.3%99.1%
28Minnesota$81,4530.3%99.3%
29Georgia$69,1410.2%99.6%
30West Virginia$65,2670.2%99.8%
31Virginia$46,5730.2%99.9%
32Florida$45,0470.1%100.1%
33Michigan$28,2030.1%100.2%
34Iowa$26,0370.1%100.3%
35New Jersey$10,8000.0%100.3%
36New Hampshire$2,4090.0%100.3%
37Louisiana$1,7700.0%100.3%
38Vermont$-94,364-0.3%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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