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2014-05-01

Johnson joins CNC

Special to the Courier

Cheyenne Johnson






Cheyenne Johnson of Bandera has been named director of development at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm in Boerne.
Previously, Johnson served as the director of development at the Hill Country Conservancy, a land trust that conserves land and water in the Texas Hill Country.
Her former positions also include program coordinator for the Austin Parks and Recreation Department's "Totally Cool Totally Art" program, research field assistant in the Amazon rainforest, and program coordinator for the Texas Land Trust Council. Johnson also co-founded the Texas Land Trust Council's LandTerns program, an internship program hosted by Texas State University and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment that engages the next generation in conservation careers.
Johnson received a degree in geography from the University of Texas at Austin with a specialization in environmental resource management.
The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm is located on 160 acres of natural lands at Boerne City Park off Highway 46, just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds. CNC's mission is conservation of natural resources through education and stewardship.
For more information, call 830-249-4616 or visit www.cibolo.org.