Justin Johnson, a lifelong resident of Laclede County, graduated from LHS in 1998. He then attended Mizzou graduating in 2002 with a degree in Agricultural Systems Management.
Justin and his wife Sarah have two girls: Grace who is 17 and Ella 15.
Justin and his family are members of the First United Methodist Church where he serves on a number of committees. Justin is a former Extension Council Member.
Justin runs a beef cow operation and backgrounds stocker calves on 800 acres.
Craig Evans - Craig is a lifelong resident of Laclede County, and he was raised on their family farm west of Lebanon. Craig has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education from the University of Missouri. He works at the Lebanon Technology & Career Center and has been an Ag teacher at Lebanon High School for fourteen years. He received the Missouri ACTE Outstanding Teacher in Community Service award in 2007. Craig and his wife, Carla, have three children, Alyssa teaches at Boswell Elementary, Adrienne attends Missouri State University, and Austin is a junior at Lebanon High School.
Adam is a lifelong resident of Laclede County. He is a fulltime farmer with a beef and feeder cattle operation. He continues to assist his father with the dairy operation. He and his wife Sandy are parents to Olan. Adam graduated from MSU with a BS in Animal Science.
Kevin Milliken is a lifelong resident of Laclede County graduating from Lebanon High School in 1995. Kevin graduated from MSU in 2000 with a degree in Agriculture. Kevin and his wife Marta, who teaches the 4th grade here in Lebanon, have 3 children: Wyatt, Lanie and Nolan. Kevin’s farming operation consists of 400 beef cows on both owned and leased land. Kevin puts up hay and bailage for feed. Kevin is a fulltime farmer with a part-time mineral business. He also hauls cattle. Kevin loves farming and watching his sons play baseball.
Regional Livestock Field Specialist for MU Extension out of Dallas County office.
Call 417-532-6305 for more information.
Next Election Voting Period Feb 1-20, 2024
Election Nomination Period Nov. 1-30, 2023
The qualifications required to be a supervisor are:
1. Being a land representative from the district. A land representative is defined as the owner or representative authorized by power of attorney of any farm lying within an area proposed to be established, and subsequently established, as a soil and water conservation district under Chapter 278, RSMo. Each farm is entitled to representation by a land representative: provided, however that the land representative is a taxpayer of the county within which the soil and water district is located, 10 CSR 70-4.010(1)(I)
2. Residing in, or owning a farm in, the area from which he/she is nominated where there is an expiring term.
3. Being a cooperator of the district, defined as, "a person who is actively engaged in farming and practices conservation activities related to agriculture”.
4. Being a current resident and tax-paying citizen of the county for at least two years preceding the election date. Section 278.110, RSMo.
5. Be eighteen (18) years of age or older by the election date and be willing to serve the full term they are elected for.
6. Provide a valid mailing address to the program office and notify the program of any change of address during their term.