4-H educator rejoins Hot Springs County extension office
Joey Johnson had previously served as the county’s 4-H educator from 2013-15. During the past 22 years, he has been a county 4-H educator, a vocational agriculture teacher and FFA adviser and a livestock judging coach.
During his tenure with the Hot Springs County 4-H program, youth membership doubled, there was a substantial increase in the number of volunteer leaders and he helped bring in over $100,000 to the 4-H program through grant writing and fundraising, said Kim Reaman, University of Wyoming Extension federal relations and staff development coordinator.
Johnson studied general agriculture at Casper College and graduated with a B.S in agricultural education in 1994 from the University of Wyoming.
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