Commissioner Johnson loves to be outdoors and enjoys interacting with the employees and our sportsmen and women. Here are a few pictures that show the great memorable experiences the Commissioner experiences with folks while he is out in the state.
Got to spend the day at Clay Wildlife Management Area with eighth
district Commission Member Rich Storm and some of our "top shelf"
biologists discussing Grouse Habitat Improvement.
Busy implementing our Grouse/Young Forest Strategic Plan.
Pictured left to right are Commission Member Rich Storm,
Deputy Commissioner Dr. Karen Waldrop,
Regional Supervisory Biologist Nathan Gregory, yours truly, and
Clay WMA Manager Jacob Stewart.
In the background is a wildlife timber harvest designed for
future grouse habitat.
Department Leadership and Members of the KFW Commission
recently held their Commission Committee Meeting in west KY.
Among activities were touring the Asian Carp processing facilities
and the Ballard WMA.
Excellent meeting with Tourism Sec Parkinson's, Dep Sec Stivers today about harvesting Asian Carp
At Soughs Wildlife Management Area with Ducks Unlimited to observe cooperative wetlands and waterfowl work accomplished. Charlie Plush, WMA Manager speaks to a group of DU and KFW about the joint, on the land, accomplishments. Great teamwork for waterfowl and sportsmen!!!
A historic day for Bobwhite Quail, as KY Fish & Wildlife Commissioner Johnson, in his capacity as Chairman of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative, signs a cooperative partnership agreement with Quail Forever's Howard Vincent. This agreement will allow for cooperation and leveraging of resources to combine national efforts for Bobwhite Quail management.
Me at the Lexington Boat Show with a few of our Marketing Staff
From left, Brenda Ward-Hill, Carrie Self, Michael Gray and myself
Another one from the Lexington Boat Show with
Zac Campbell and Josh Robinson from the Law Enforcement Divsion
Talking with customers at the Lexington Boat Show
Another one from the Lexington Boat Show
I am really proud of the folks from KFW who stepped up and volunteered to help our KY Division of Forestry friends fight the wild fires in east Kentucky.
A great family deer hunt as my daughter, Kendra, poses with her buck along with my grrandson Max.