Emergency Conservation payments in 5th District of Texas (Rep. Lance Gooden) totaled $1.1 million from 1995-2019‡.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Missouri$70,671,9916.7%6.7%
2North Carolina$69,502,8376.6%13.2%
3Texas$68,944,5516.5%19.8%
4Florida$55,655,7275.3%25.0%
5Georgia$51,822,9234.9%29.9%
6Mississippi$50,808,9694.8%34.7%
7Alabama$50,076,9224.7%39.4%
8Oklahoma$49,659,1924.7%44.1%
9Kentucky$48,736,7594.6%48.7%
10South Dakota$48,689,0544.6%53.3%
11Arkansas$44,061,0454.2%57.5%
12California$43,725,8864.1%61.6%
13Iowa$36,962,5493.5%65.1%
14Montana$35,963,7353.4%68.5%
15Louisiana$29,582,9392.8%71.3%
16Tennessee$27,614,3032.6%73.9%
17Nebraska$24,353,5412.3%76.2%
18South Carolina$21,000,8172.0%78.2%
19Washington$18,748,9661.8%80.0%
20Virginia$18,348,5081.7%81.7%
21Kansas$16,841,6951.6%83.3%
22New York$16,082,6371.5%84.8%
23Hawaii$13,416,8401.3%86.1%
24West Virginia$12,935,0121.2%87.3%
25Ohio$12,723,3731.2%88.5%
26Oregon$11,938,9871.1%89.6%
27Illinois$10,994,0501.0%90.7%
28Colorado$10,694,4281.0%91.7%
29Idaho$9,483,8330.9%92.6%
30Wyoming$9,160,2720.9%93.5%
31Indiana$7,059,9280.7%94.1%
32Vermont$6,687,7790.6%94.8%
33New Mexico$6,272,3280.6%95.3%
34Pennsylvania$6,179,0870.6%95.9%
35Massachusetts$5,932,3930.6%96.5%
36Utah$5,652,9220.5%97.0%
37Nevada$5,652,5360.5%97.6%
38Minnesota$5,616,1050.5%98.1%
39Maine$3,535,8500.3%98.4%
40North Dakota$3,360,2550.3%98.7%
41Arizona$3,094,7040.3%99.0%
42Wisconsin$2,781,4430.3%99.3%
43New Hampshire$1,922,4830.2%99.5%
44New Jersey$1,591,5780.2%99.6%
45Michigan$1,542,4300.1%99.8%
46Maryland$1,476,6950.1%99.9%
47Connecticut$612,0450.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$240,4820.0%100.0%
49Delaware$45,6650.0%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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