Conservation payments in 6th District of Indiana (Rep. Greg Pence) totaled $144 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Subtotal, Conservation Programs payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Subtotal, Conservation Programs
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$5,776,886,73711.5%11.5%
2Texas$3,742,684,1417.5%19.0%
3Kansas$2,950,286,4515.9%24.9%
4Illinois$2,918,644,4265.8%30.7%
5Missouri$2,863,359,6645.7%36.5%
6Minnesota$2,832,324,0135.7%42.1%
7North Dakota$2,540,062,7205.1%47.2%
8Montana$2,428,075,0124.9%52.1%
9Colorado$1,954,147,4343.9%56.0%
10Nebraska$1,952,478,0223.9%59.9%
11Washington$1,935,502,9993.9%63.7%
12South Dakota$1,920,330,9403.8%67.6%
13Mississippi$1,223,804,2802.4%70.0%
14Ohio$1,139,207,8642.3%72.3%
15Wisconsin$1,111,667,6812.2%74.5%
16Indiana$1,068,385,5072.1%76.6%
17Kentucky$986,922,7472.0%78.6%
18Oklahoma$981,303,8722.0%80.6%
19Idaho$958,337,8281.9%82.5%
20Oregon$925,188,6681.8%84.3%
21Michigan$649,323,0741.3%85.6%
22Alabama$622,076,6781.2%86.9%
23Georgia$595,082,7581.2%88.1%
24New Mexico$561,220,5371.1%89.2%
25Arkansas$548,385,1821.1%90.3%
26Louisiana$534,036,7111.1%91.4%
27Pennsylvania$509,221,5981.0%92.4%
28Tennessee$503,764,4471.0%93.4%
29California$493,117,7561.0%94.4%
30North Carolina$339,188,4290.7%95.0%
31Maryland$302,146,7890.6%95.6%
32Utah$299,309,0420.6%96.2%
33Wyoming$298,044,9190.6%96.8%
34South Carolina$260,713,6510.5%97.4%
35Virginia$243,368,6590.5%97.8%
36Florida$223,271,4440.4%98.3%
37New York$209,200,7280.4%98.7%
38Arizona$104,543,7780.2%98.9%
39Maine$88,835,2680.2%99.1%
40West Virginia$79,290,6630.2%99.3%
41Delaware$54,856,0030.1%99.4%
42Vermont$52,175,0940.1%99.5%
43Nevada$51,083,1740.1%99.6%
44Hawaii$39,093,7070.1%99.6%
45Alaska$38,876,0110.1%99.7%
46New Jersey$37,355,4440.1%99.8%
47New Hampshire$33,560,4210.1%99.9%
48Massachusetts$28,911,4810.1%99.9%
49Connecticut$26,430,0350.1%100.0%
50Rhode Island$11,909,2900.0%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 October 31, 2019.

 

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