Miller takes new role at JoCo Extension
Rick Miller was named agriculture and community development agent for the Johnson County K-State Research and Extension Office.
In the role, Miller will be responsible for the development and delivery of educational programming in the areas of agriculture, small business development, computers and adult education.
Miller served 14 years as the Johnson County Extension director before requesting to step down and return to the educator role.
“Over the past several years, I learned how much I missed teaching and being in more direct contact with those who participate and use our programs,” Miller said. “I look forward to being a county agent again and spending more time doing what I love, serving people.”
Miller earned a bachelor of science degree in natural resource management from Lincoln University, and his master of science in adult education from Kansas State University.
He has been with Johnson County Extension for 26 years, serving as the Agriculture and Natural Resources agent prior to being Extension director.
The Johnson County office is located in Olathe and can be reached at (913) 715-7000, http://www.johnson.ksu.eduwww.johnson.ksu.edu