Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Acreage in Michigan, 2014

CRP PracticeAcres, 2014
Filter strips44,514
Establishment of permanent introduced grasses and legumes28,346
Establishment of permanent native grasses20,775
Vegetative cover, such as grass, that was already established20,037
Wetland Restoration14,603
Permanent wildlife habitat, non-easement12,305
Wetland restoration, non-flood plain6,957
State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement - Grass--*5,534
Tree planting4,093
Riparian buffer3,270
Vegetative cover, such as trees, that were already established2,823
Hardwood tree planting2,729
Field windbreak establishment, non-easement2,072
Shallow water areas for wildlife1,894
Permanent wildlife habitat1,461
Wildlife food plot1,317
Habitat for upland birds854
Grass waterways, non-easement620
Field windbreak establishment447
Permanent wildlife (corridors), non-easement310
Marginal wetland buffer232
Rare and Declining Habitat211
State Acres for Wildlife Enhancement - Buffers163
Pollinator Habitat125
Farmable Wetland Pilot Buffer64
Grass waterways57
Shelterbelt establishment, non-easement48
Permanent wildlife habitat (corridors)44
Sediment Retention Control Structure: MI CREP40
Farmable Wetland Pilot Wetland33
Establishment of permanent vegetative cover (contour grass strips), non-easement21
Living snow fences, non-easement14
Bottomland timber established on wetland11
Expired hardwood tree planting6
Shelterbelt establishment6
Marginal pastureland wildlife habitat buffer5
Duck Nesting Habitat4
Establishment of permanent vegetative cover (contour grass strips)4
Diversions1
Vegetative filter strips (grass)1

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

 

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