Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) in Colorado

ACEP easements by fiscal year in Colorado

Note: ACEP easements were only reported at the state level.


ACEP easements by state, 2017-2020

Note: ACEP easements were only reported at the state level.


ACEP easements by state, 2017-2020

RankStateACEP Easements, 2017-2020
1Florida$143,149,700
2Arkansas$117,389,400
3Louisiana$99,646,800
4Montana$86,843,700
5Mississippi$84,145,500
6California$78,399,700
7Kentucky$71,927,600
8Iowa$62,598,400
9Missouri$55,650,500
10Indiana$49,185,200
11Texas$48,501,600
12Colorado$45,260,000
13Tennessee$44,794,500
14Ohio$38,333,000
15Illinois$35,676,300
16Arizona$33,785,700
17South Dakota$32,092,400
18Wisconsin$31,484,700
19Georgia$31,066,700
20North Carolina$27,933,900
21Nebraska$26,914,400
22Utah$25,124,600
23Wyoming$23,323,100
24Vermont$22,922,300
25New Hampshire$22,892,700
26Kansas$20,899,500
27Oregon$19,572,200
28Michigan$18,341,000
29Idaho$17,844,100
30Washington$17,437,500
31Massachusetts$17,158,200
32Connecticut$16,076,300
33North Dakota$13,450,600
34New Jersey$13,343,600
35Delaware$12,926,900
36Pennsylvania$11,701,500
37New York$11,126,000
38Oklahoma$10,728,000
39Alabama$9,318,000
40West Virginia$9,271,600
41Minnesota$8,698,000
42New Mexico$8,050,100
43South Carolina$8,049,500
44Virginia$6,599,100
45Maryland$6,220,300
46Rhode Island$5,552,800
47Nevada$3,130,900
48Maine$2,614,900
49Hawaii/Pacific$2,400,800
50Alaska$1,517,600
51Carribean$452,900
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Note: ACEP easements were only reported at the state level.


 

USDA Census of Agriculture Data for Colorado, 2017

Land in Colorado, 2017

Land typeAcres
Number of Farms:38,893
Total Acres in Farms:31,820,957
Cropland Acres:11,056,259
Permanent pasture and rangeland:18,801,276
Woodland Acres:1,308,918

Livestock in Colorado, 2017

LivestockNumber of Animals
Layers inventory 4,536,917
Cattle and calves inventory2,812,306
Hogs and pigs inventory737,663
Sheep and lambs inventory414,672

Crops in Colorado, 2017

 

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