Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Acreage in Texas, 2007

CRP PracticeAcres, 2007
Establishment of permanent native grasses1,902,068
Vegetative cover, such as grass, that was already established1,610,271
Establishment of permanent introduced grasses and legumes475,864
Riparian buffer29,457
Permanent wildlife habitat21,466
Wetland Restoration8,275
Tree planting4,992
Permanent wildlife habitat, non-easement4,415
Wildlife food plot2,988
Vegetative cover, such as trees, that were already established2,433
Establishment of permanent salt tolerant vegetative cover2,328
Diversions2,184
Filter strips1,818
Emergency Forestry - Softwood - New1,722
Grass waterways1,444
Emergency Forestry - Bottomland Hardwood - Existing1,357
Habitat for upland birds1,249
Marginal pastureland wildlife habitat buffer1,033
Emergency Forestry - Mixed Trees - Existing831
Field windbreak establishment709
Grass waterways, non-easement604
Establishment of permanent vegetation to reduce salinity545
Emergency Forestry - Softwood - Existing446
Permanent wildlife habitat (corridors)398
Cross Wind Trap Strips352
Establishment of permanent vegetation to reduce salinity, non-easement341
Emergency Forestry - Longleaf Pine - New262
Shelterbelt establishment204
Alternate perennial198
Establishment of permanent vegetative cover (contour grass strips)191
Shallow water areas for wildlife170
Emergency Forestry - Upland Hardwood - New94
Vegetative filter strip (trees), non-easement84
Emergency Forestry - Bottomland Hardwood - New82
Hardwood tree planting78
Emergency Forestry - Upland Hardwood - Existing66
Farmable Wetland Pilot Buffer45
Emergency Forestry - Longleaf Pine - Existing44
Erosion control structure38
Living snow fence7

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

 

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