Grasslands Reserve Program payments in 2nd District of Mississippi (Rep. Bennie Thompson) totaled $0 from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Grasslands Reserve Program payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Grasslands Reserve Program
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$23,359,37212.0%12.0%
2Idaho$16,037,9768.2%20.2%
3South Dakota$13,421,9126.9%27.1%
4Utah$10,061,3125.2%32.3%
5Montana$9,503,7714.9%37.2%
6California$8,320,7654.3%41.4%
7Oklahoma$8,112,8224.2%45.6%
8Nevada$7,770,4174.0%49.6%
9Colorado$7,354,0103.8%53.4%
10Missouri$6,889,0923.5%56.9%
11Wyoming$5,602,0542.9%59.8%
12Tennessee$5,001,0012.6%62.3%
13New Mexico$4,645,5602.4%64.7%
14North Dakota$4,597,5142.4%67.1%
15Kansas$4,509,0112.3%69.4%
16Oregon$4,073,9712.1%71.5%
17Minnesota$3,899,2142.0%73.5%
18Wisconsin$3,547,8431.8%75.3%
19Florida$3,445,2011.8%77.1%
20Hawaii$3,325,3091.7%78.8%
21Iowa$3,188,8071.6%80.4%
22Alabama$3,139,9031.6%82.0%
23Arkansas$2,875,9061.5%83.5%
24Ohio$2,703,3931.4%84.9%
25Pennsylvania$2,379,4271.2%86.1%
26Arizona$2,178,7131.1%87.2%
27South Carolina$2,002,4391.0%88.3%
28Washington$1,946,2781.0%89.3%
29New York$1,929,5381.0%90.3%
30Nebraska$1,848,8460.9%91.2%
31Michigan$1,834,1060.9%92.2%
32Georgia$1,727,8280.9%93.0%
33Illinois$1,608,6480.8%93.9%
34Vermont$1,482,6920.8%94.6%
35Louisiana$1,238,5360.6%95.3%
36Kentucky$1,216,3150.6%95.9%
37Indiana$1,149,2460.6%96.5%
38Massachusetts$1,119,6560.6%97.1%
39Mississippi$1,012,7230.5%97.6%
40Virginia$917,9800.5%98.0%
41West Virginia$884,9890.5%98.5%
42Alaska$688,1930.4%98.9%
43Connecticut$576,7530.3%99.2%
44New Jersey$557,7020.3%99.4%
45Maine$497,9980.3%99.7%
46Maryland$356,0010.2%99.9%
47Rhode Island$194,8950.1%100.0%
48North Carolina$26,5680.0%100.0%
49Delaware$21,9700.0%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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