Conservation Reserve Program payments in 23rd District of Texas (Rep. Will Hurd) totaled $70.3 million from 1995-2016.

States Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2016

Rank State Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2016
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$4,639,899,37612.0%12.0%
2Texas$3,011,741,1357.8%19.8%
3Kansas$2,555,330,4886.6%26.4%
4Illinois$2,400,071,3246.2%32.7%
5Minnesota$2,323,881,5646.0%38.7%
6Missouri$2,307,393,1336.0%44.7%
7North Dakota$2,235,926,5895.8%50.4%
8Montana$2,115,548,7805.5%55.9%
9Washington$1,636,763,3014.2%60.2%
10Colorado$1,596,178,6674.1%64.3%
11South Dakota$1,540,629,8204.0%68.3%
12Nebraska$1,508,143,6993.9%72.2%
13Mississippi$929,686,6942.4%74.6%
14Ohio$867,137,1012.2%76.9%
15Wisconsin$866,086,8952.2%79.1%
16Indiana$850,898,8442.2%81.3%
17Oklahoma$749,475,4441.9%83.2%
18Kentucky$734,025,9311.9%85.1%
19Idaho$728,268,7111.9%87.0%
20Oregon$622,423,5101.6%88.6%
21Michigan$450,732,5741.2%89.8%
22Alabama$449,959,2301.2%91.0%
23New Mexico$399,848,9211.0%92.0%
24Georgia$397,134,0041.0%93.0%
25Pennsylvania$369,925,2931.0%94.0%
26Tennessee$344,640,9470.9%94.9%
27Louisiana$339,131,0900.9%95.8%
28Arkansas$289,518,9960.8%96.5%
29Maryland$204,681,4430.5%97.1%
30South Carolina$167,505,9600.4%97.5%
31Wyoming$167,109,5360.4%97.9%
32North Carolina$165,147,9790.4%98.3%
33Utah$139,695,3000.4%98.7%
34Virginia$137,891,5200.4%99.1%
35California$108,018,6080.3%99.3%
36New York$91,097,5260.2%99.6%
37Florida$67,748,2720.2%99.8%
38Maine$25,673,9240.1%99.8%
39Alaska$19,866,7770.1%99.9%
40West Virginia$13,545,3280.0%99.9%
41Delaware$13,286,9570.0%99.9%
42Vermont$8,823,1100.0%100.0%
43New Jersey$6,963,6900.0%100.0%
44Hawaii$3,328,5910.0%100.0%
45Nevada$411,2070.0%100.0%
46Connecticut$296,0890.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$138,3810.0%100.0%
48Massachusetts$130,9170.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$92,4230.0%100.0%
50Arizona$5,8040.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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