Emergency Conservation Program payments in 12th District of Texas (Rep. Kay Granger) totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Emergency Conservation Program payments, 2020

Rank State Emergency Conservation Program
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Georgia$22,937,78519.3%19.3%
2Nebraska$20,353,66617.2%36.5%
3Florida$17,227,76214.5%51.0%
4North Carolina$16,341,02013.8%64.8%
5Missouri$7,328,6286.2%71.0%
6California$4,247,2183.6%74.5%
7Iowa$3,700,6193.1%77.7%
8Arkansas$3,652,6253.1%80.7%
9Oregon$3,466,5762.9%83.7%
10South Carolina$3,106,1272.6%86.3%
11Texas$3,083,1542.6%88.9%
12Oklahoma$2,002,2751.7%90.6%
13South Dakota$1,290,7511.1%91.7%
14Washington$1,079,2580.9%92.6%
15Tennessee$932,6040.8%93.4%
16Kansas$749,9440.6%94.0%
17Mississippi$732,1600.6%94.6%
18Alabama$719,4900.6%95.2%
19Ohio$634,0420.5%95.7%
20Hawaii$566,3890.5%96.2%
21Montana$493,4310.4%96.6%
22Wyoming$479,0890.4%97.0%
23Virginia$436,8300.4%97.4%
24Puerto Rico$431,4900.4%97.8%
25Wisconsin$323,9690.3%98.1%
26Michigan$253,6270.2%98.3%
27Kentucky$244,6310.2%98.5%
28New Mexico$229,0840.2%98.7%
29Arizona$207,9560.2%98.8%
30Colorado$207,0070.2%99.0%
31Illinois$193,8960.2%99.2%
32New Hampshire$182,3580.2%99.3%
33Utah$134,9630.1%99.4%
34Nevada$132,4470.1%99.6%
35Idaho$129,4430.1%99.7%
36West Virginia$117,2040.1%99.8%
37Maryland$102,3820.1%99.9%
38Louisiana$65,5700.1%99.9%
39Vermont$58,8060.0%100.0%
40Maine$15,8270.0%100.0%
41Delaware$12,3090.0%100.0%
42Pennsylvania$11,8860.0%100.0%
43Connecticut$9,5190.0%100.0%
44New York$2,0700.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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