Emergency Conservation Program payments in 2nd District of Tennessee (Rep. Tim Burchett) totaled $0 in 2023

States Receiving Emergency Conservation Program payments, 2023

Rank State Emergency Conservation Program
2023
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1South Dakota$14,821,47314.5%14.5%
2California$10,050,5899.8%24.4%
3Montana$9,847,0139.6%34.0%
4Kansas$8,103,9187.9%42.0%
5Nebraska$6,473,3816.3%48.3%
6Texas$6,132,1176.0%54.3%
7Puerto Rico$6,036,9765.9%60.2%
8Kentucky$5,291,9385.2%65.4%
9Florida$4,764,3264.7%70.1%
10Louisiana$4,437,4914.3%74.4%
11Oklahoma$4,132,0164.0%78.5%
12Oregon$3,046,0003.0%81.5%
13Alabama$2,996,6602.9%84.4%
14Washington$2,298,4062.3%86.7%
15Tennessee$2,143,1192.1%88.8%
16Wyoming$1,694,7461.7%90.4%
17Arkansas$1,339,8771.3%91.7%
18Minnesota$1,126,4721.1%92.8%
19North Carolina$942,7850.9%93.8%
20Missouri$813,6100.8%94.6%
21Rhode Island$738,5600.7%95.3%
22Georgia$718,9150.7%96.0%
23Massachusetts$680,9430.7%96.6%
24Iowa$660,4850.6%97.3%
25Mississippi$468,0860.5%97.8%
26New Mexico$360,6580.4%98.1%
27Nevada$351,0730.3%98.5%
28New Jersey$197,2890.2%98.6%
29Idaho$187,2100.2%98.8%
30Arizona$174,8990.2%99.0%
31North Dakota$157,7730.2%99.2%
32Indiana$142,5890.1%99.3%
33Vermont$130,7900.1%99.4%
34New Hampshire$127,7390.1%99.5%
35Colorado$103,4350.1%99.6%
36Ohio$96,3140.1%99.7%
37Guam$71,7510.1%99.8%
38Virginia$62,9650.1%99.9%
39Connecticut$26,2800.0%99.9%
40Maine$25,9740.0%99.9%
41South Carolina$23,5290.0%99.9%
42Wisconsin$18,7130.0%100.0%
43Utah$12,5700.0%100.0%
44Northern Mariana Islands$7,8380.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$7,6240.0%100.0%
46New York$3,9780.0%100.0%
47Pennsylvania$6980.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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