Emergency Conservation Program payments in 3rd District of Tennessee (Rep. Charles Fleischmann) totaled $201,442 from 1995-2021.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation Program payments, 1995-2021

Rank State Emergency Conservation Program
1995-2021
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1North Carolina$99,895,0507.4%7.4%
2Florida$97,824,9397.3%14.7%
3Georgia$92,438,1556.9%21.6%
4Missouri$88,309,3046.6%28.1%
5Texas$78,142,5195.8%33.9%
6Oklahoma$63,087,0404.7%38.6%
7Nebraska$61,854,9384.6%43.2%
8California$58,466,7834.3%47.6%
9Alabama$55,180,4674.1%51.7%
10South Dakota$54,825,5594.1%55.7%
11Mississippi$53,688,7894.0%59.7%
12Arkansas$51,356,5093.8%63.5%
13Kentucky$49,147,6383.7%67.2%
14Iowa$44,153,6563.3%70.5%
15Montana$38,993,7742.9%73.4%
16Louisiana$33,193,7492.5%75.8%
17Tennessee$30,577,6922.3%78.1%
18South Carolina$24,903,8451.9%80.0%
19Washington$23,367,0271.7%81.7%
20Kansas$22,060,9241.6%83.3%
21Oregon$21,520,7351.6%84.9%
22Virginia$19,189,8541.4%86.4%
23Hawaii$17,941,7051.3%87.7%
24New York$16,144,5241.2%88.9%
25Ohio$13,829,8311.0%89.9%
26West Virginia$13,313,4691.0%90.9%
27Colorado$11,769,3000.9%91.8%
28Illinois$11,341,7290.8%92.6%
29Wyoming$10,685,2210.8%93.4%
30Idaho$9,942,1780.7%94.2%
31Indiana$7,059,9280.5%94.7%
32Vermont$7,022,4660.5%95.2%
33New Mexico$6,965,0250.5%95.7%
34Nevada$6,566,0790.5%96.2%
35Utah$6,532,3610.5%96.7%
36Pennsylvania$6,393,5460.5%97.2%
37Massachusetts$5,941,7870.4%97.6%
38Minnesota$5,616,1050.4%98.0%
39Maine$3,882,1430.3%98.3%
40Wisconsin$3,698,5300.3%98.6%
41Arizona$3,446,4150.3%98.8%
42Puerto Rico$3,425,7580.3%99.1%
43North Dakota$3,420,9910.3%99.4%
44Michigan$2,324,9030.2%99.5%
45New Hampshire$2,314,7570.2%99.7%
46New Jersey$1,596,6340.1%99.8%
47Maryland$1,579,0770.1%99.9%
48Connecticut$621,5640.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$240,4820.0%100.0%
50Delaware$57,9740.0%100.0%
51US Virgin Islands$8,5130.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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