University of Wyoming Extension News

4-H educator joins Hot Springs extension office

Joey Johnson

Joey Johnson

Joey Johnson joined the Hot Springs County office of University of Wyoming Extension June 1 as the 4-H educator.

Johnson grew up in Weston County and received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from the University of Wyoming in 1994. He has been a vocational agriculture teacher and FFA adviser in Wyoming for more than 16 years. Most recently, he taught for Park County School District No.16 in Meeteetse, at which he received the Teacher of the Year award for 2013.

Johnson also served as the livestock judging coach and manager of the Paul Stock Agriculture Pavilion for Northwest College in Powell.