Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) in Colorado

WRP obligations by fiscal year in Colorado

Note: WRP obligations were only reported at the state level.


WRP obligations by state, 2017-2020

Note: WRP obligations were only reported at the state level.

RankStateWRP obligations, 2017-2020
1Florida$69,362,900
2North Carolina$34,170,500
3Louisiana$26,667,600
4Minnesota$23,729,000
5Mississippi$16,661,700
6Oregon$14,766,200
7Missouri$10,588,100
8Kentucky$8,770,300
9Oklahoma$7,262,100
10Washington$6,999,400
11California$5,149,400
12South Dakota$4,659,000
13Texas$4,617,500
14New York$4,319,200
15Wisconsin$4,187,300
16Iowa$3,833,100
17Arkansas$3,706,500
18Tennessee$3,140,000
19Indiana$3,134,400
20Massachusetts$2,912,700
21Nebraska$2,616,000
22Nevada$2,367,500
23Maryland$2,209,300
24South Carolina$2,005,300
25Illinois$1,890,700
26Wyoming$1,842,000
27Vermont$1,794,800
28Alabama$1,742,600
29Pennsylvania$1,667,800
30Idaho$1,447,900
31Georgia$1,440,500
32Michigan$1,354,200
33Kansas$931,900
34Colorado$904,100
35Montana$869,400
36West Virginia$675,900
37Virginia$637,400
38Ohio$611,800
39New Jersey$546,600
40Hawaii/Pacific$477,000
41Rhode Island$434,500
42New Hampshire$315,700
43Delaware$138,400
44North Dakota$131,200
45Connecticut$127,700
46Utah$126,400
47Arizona$80,700
48Maine$18,500
49New Mexico$4,000
50Alaska$2,800
51Carribean$1,100
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Note: WRP obligations 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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