Jason Johnson, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

Women in Agriculture July 18, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

Jason Johnson has primary responsibility for the Education/Applied research program in Agricultural Economics for Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in the 21 counties comprising Central Texas.  He currently serves as a member of the Annie’s Project National Leadership Team, Women in Ag eXtension Learning Network and on the Board of Directors for the Annie’s Project not-for-profit Foundation. Johnson has served as project director, principle investigator or co-principle investigator on more than 30 grants that have supported his educational and/or applied research program.  Additionally, Dr. Johnson has made over 160 professional presentations at the national, regional and state levels and over 700 multi-county and county level educational presentations.  His areas of programming expertise include: farm/ranch management, price risk management, range and natural resource management and family financial planning.  Dr. Johnson is a fourth generation rancher and has also completed the Series 65 Uniform Investment Adviser Law Exam and is a Registered Investment Advisor with the Texas State Securities Board.  This has allowed him to develop and deliver relevant financial educational programs related to asset allocation, retirement and financial considerations for both farm and non-farm families.

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1229 N. US Hwy. 281

Stephenville, Texas 76401

(254) 968.4144


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