Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Acreage in Kansas, 2004

CRP PracticeAcres, 2004
Establishment of permanent native grasses1,333,111
Vegetative cover, such as grass, that was already established1,134,355
Establishment of permanent introduced grasses and legumes174,736
Rare and Declining Habitat100,735
Filter strips21,237
Wildlife food plot7,422
Riparian buffer4,312
Permanent wildlife habitat3,630
Establishment of permanent vegetative cover (contour grass strips)3,264
Grass waterways3,045
Permanent wildlife habitat, non-easement2,553
Grass waterways, non-easement2,356
Wetland Restoration1,603
Vegetative filter strips1,146
Vegetative cover, such as trees, that were already established995
Field windbreak establishment916
Bottomland timber that was established on wetlands894
Establishment of permanent vegetative cover (contour grass strips), non-easement837
Establishment of permanent vegetation to reduce salinity823
Tree planting766
Shallow water areas for wildlife673
Field windbreak establishment, non-easement475
Marginal pastureland (Contour Grass Strips) on Terraces390
Shelterbelt establishment276
Vegetative filter strips (grass), non-easement191
Cross Wind Trap Strips186
Erosion control structure165
Establishment of permanent salt tolerant vegetative cover, non-easement163
Shelterbelt establishment, non-easement150
Vegetative filter strips (grass)144
Farmable Wetland Pilot Buffer124
Permanent wildlife (corridors), non-easement81
Hardwood tree planting75
Alternate perennial31
Living snow fence21
Marginal pastureland wildlife habitat buffer13
Vegetative filter strip (trees), non-easement13
Permanent Wildlife Habitat12
Diversions10
Farmable Wetland Pilot Wetland9
Living snow fences, non-easement2

For more detail on who receives CRP Payments, please visit EWG's Farm Subsidy Database.

 

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