Regional Conservation Partnership Program in North Dakota

RCPP payments by fiscal year in North Dakota

Note: RCPP payments were only reported at the state level.


RCPP payments by state, 2017-2022

Note: RCPP payments were only reported at the state level.


RCPP payments by state, 2017-2022

RankStateRCPP Easements, 2017-2022
1Florida$15,006,198
2Georgia$10,300,931
3Michigan$5,296,274
4North Carolina$4,787,026
5Colorado$4,781,402
6California$3,592,027
7Oregon$1,947,303
8Texas$1,567,427
9Minnesota$998,629
10Missouri$984,255
11Montana$925,000
12Maryland$872,398
13Wyoming$835,017
14Arkansas$623,692
15Wisconsin$591,193
16Rhode Island$492,351
17Mississippi$425,836
18North Dakota$213,556
19Nebraska$162,625
20Pennsylvania$120,636
21Alabama$59,174
22Connecticut$51,850
23Massachusetts$45,545
24Tennessee$20,649
25Maine$17,675
26Kentucky$4,500
27Virginia$2,310
28Kansas$2,050
29Idaho$1,144
30Nevada$969
31Washington$901
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Note: RCPP payments were only reported at the state level.


 

USDA Census of Agriculture Data for North Dakota, 2022

Land in North Dakota, 2022

Land typeAcres
Number of Farms:25,068
Total Acres in Farms:38,537,022
Cropland Acres:26,260,012
Permanent pasture and rangeland:10,809,507
Woodland Acres:220,127

Livestock in North Dakota, 2022

LivestockNumber of Animals
Cattle and calves inventory1,699,272
Hogs and pigs inventory161,489
Layers inventory 80,263
Sheep and lambs inventory59,910
Broilers and other meat-type chickens sold22,391

Crops in North Dakota, 2022

 

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