Conservation Reserve Program payments in 14th District of Georgia (Rep. Tom Graves) totaled $10,336 in 2019

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 2019

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$384,521,05021.4%21.4%
2Illinois$165,851,2919.2%30.7%
3Minnesota$132,683,3207.4%38.1%
4South Dakota$100,446,9975.6%43.7%
5Missouri$100,156,5195.6%49.2%
6Texas$99,567,9445.5%54.8%
7Kansas$84,495,3794.7%59.5%
8Washington$71,356,4714.0%63.5%
9Nebraska$69,905,3833.9%67.4%
10North Dakota$67,087,1343.7%71.1%
11Colorado$61,173,6083.4%74.5%
12Mississippi$44,599,1742.5%77.0%
13Ohio$41,948,1532.3%79.3%
14Indiana$40,366,3052.2%81.6%
15Kentucky$32,944,8471.8%83.4%
16Montana$31,825,3001.8%85.2%
17Wisconsin$30,194,9041.7%86.9%
18Idaho$28,029,7911.6%88.4%
19Oregon$27,557,4911.5%90.0%
20Louisiana$24,870,8381.4%91.4%
21Oklahoma$20,909,2831.2%92.5%
22Arkansas$16,911,1880.9%93.5%
23Pennsylvania$16,353,9040.9%94.4%
24Michigan$15,818,7020.9%95.3%
25New Mexico$13,378,0000.7%96.0%
26Georgia$13,103,7940.7%96.7%
27Tennessee$12,199,9480.7%97.4%
28Maryland$10,577,6510.6%98.0%
29Alabama$9,232,2970.5%98.5%
30Utah$5,590,8780.3%98.8%
31Wyoming$5,087,2190.3%99.1%
32North Carolina$3,573,3960.2%99.3%
33Virginia$2,385,5220.1%99.4%
34South Carolina$2,292,2130.1%99.6%
35New York$2,279,2090.1%99.7%
36California$2,278,3470.1%99.8%
37Florida$1,031,5780.1%99.9%
38West Virginia$640,8330.0%99.9%
39Delaware$508,6220.0%99.9%
40Vermont$273,6020.0%100.0%
41Maine$262,1820.0%100.0%
42New Jersey$171,5040.0%100.0%
43Alaska$103,0150.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$62,3090.0%100.0%
45Puerto Rico$37,1100.0%100.0%
46Massachusetts$2,1360.0%100.0%
47Rhode Island$2,0650.0%100.0%
48Connecticut$1,8920.0%100.0%
49Nevada$1,4860.0%100.0%
50New Hampshire$2520.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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