Tree Subsidies in 11th District of California (Rep. Mark DeSaulnier) totaled $24,040 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving tree subsidies, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Tree Subsidies
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Florida$77,254,42648.5%48.5%
2California$19,529,32712.3%60.7%
3Michigan$11,760,2417.4%68.1%
4North Carolina$6,300,7354.0%72.1%
5New York$4,733,7773.0%75.0%
6Georgia$4,683,4822.9%78.0%
7Oregon$4,416,2112.8%80.7%
8Tennessee$4,347,4042.7%83.5%
9Washington$3,062,4171.9%85.4%
10Alabama$3,040,2001.9%87.3%
11Texas$2,592,1931.6%88.9%
12Mississippi$1,929,0551.2%90.1%
13Ohio$1,903,1631.2%91.3%
14Virginia$1,378,5480.9%92.2%
15South Carolina$1,276,3680.8%93.0%
16New Jersey$1,215,2030.8%93.8%
17Louisiana$1,157,9730.7%94.5%
18Wisconsin$1,025,5090.6%95.1%
19Colorado$955,9840.6%95.7%
20Hawaii$828,6790.5%96.2%
21Arkansas$779,3530.5%96.7%
22Minnesota$565,4230.4%97.1%
23Pennsylvania$551,2600.3%97.4%
24Idaho$463,8130.3%97.7%
25Kentucky$434,7690.3%98.0%
26Massachusetts$401,8410.3%98.3%
27Nebraska$334,2460.2%98.5%
28West Virginia$332,6920.2%98.7%
29Maryland$260,1380.2%98.8%
30Oklahoma$245,2980.2%99.0%
31Indiana$217,6940.1%99.1%
32New Mexico$206,4810.1%99.3%
33Missouri$199,9070.1%99.4%
34Illinois$198,3740.1%99.5%
35Maine$195,0820.1%99.6%
36Iowa$161,8830.1%99.7%
37Connecticut$112,1260.1%99.8%
38New Hampshire$79,4480.0%99.8%
39Arizona$53,9440.0%99.9%
40Delaware$43,4630.0%99.9%
41South Dakota$34,8660.0%99.9%
42Kansas$30,1510.0%100.0%
43Rhode Island$28,7180.0%100.0%
44Wyoming$27,4700.0%100.0%
45Vermont$14,1850.0%100.0%
46Montana$8,0700.0%100.0%
47Utah$2860.0%100.0%
48Alaska$2180.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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