Emergency Conservation payments in 1st District of New Hampshire (Rep. Carol Shea-Porter) totaled $144,799 from 1995-2016.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2016

Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Missouri$62,542,7797.0%7.0%
2Texas$53,529,3786.0%13.0%
3North Carolina$50,391,3975.6%18.6%
4Mississippi$50,116,0375.6%24.2%
5Kentucky$48,408,1625.4%29.7%
6Alabama$47,085,0165.3%34.9%
7Florida$43,501,8514.9%39.8%
8South Dakota$38,742,4414.3%44.1%
9California$38,145,8774.3%48.4%
10Georgia$37,930,6494.2%52.7%
11Oklahoma$37,167,2514.2%56.8%
12Iowa$36,418,4874.1%60.9%
13Arkansas$33,962,5163.8%64.7%
14Louisiana$28,840,3863.2%67.9%
15Montana$27,072,7923.0%71.0%
16Tennessee$26,781,1023.0%74.0%
17Nebraska$23,576,7032.6%76.6%
18Virginia$18,147,5972.0%78.6%
19New York$15,065,2141.7%80.3%
20Washington$13,205,9851.5%81.8%
21Ohio$12,690,4511.4%83.2%
22West Virginia$11,992,2361.3%84.6%
23South Carolina$11,215,5901.3%85.8%
24Hawaii$10,949,5081.2%87.0%
25Illinois$10,777,4881.2%88.2%
26Colorado$10,428,4721.2%89.4%
27Oregon$9,242,3001.0%90.4%
28Wyoming$7,338,1960.8%91.3%
29Indiana$7,042,0660.8%92.1%
30Idaho$6,810,0920.8%92.8%
31Vermont$6,316,3240.7%93.5%
32Pennsylvania$6,072,3380.7%94.2%
33New Mexico$5,665,5080.6%94.8%
34Minnesota$5,565,2500.6%95.5%
35Kansas$5,529,2180.6%96.1%
36Utah$5,479,5470.6%96.7%
37Massachusetts$5,310,7070.6%97.3%
38Nevada$5,120,3460.6%97.9%
39Maine$3,335,2940.4%98.2%
40North Dakota$3,116,2010.3%98.6%
41Arizona$3,094,7040.3%98.9%
42Wisconsin$2,486,2370.3%99.2%
43New Jersey$1,576,2220.2%99.4%
44New Hampshire$1,575,7290.2%99.6%
45Michigan$1,542,4300.2%99.7%
46Maryland$1,476,6950.2%99.9%
47Connecticut$604,7920.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$226,4840.0%100.0%
49Delaware$45,6650.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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