BA in Economics and Finance, Eastern Washington University
Johnny Mojica was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and has a passion for everything outdoors. He works extensively on the economic value of recreation, salmon, and hydropower production in the Columbia River Basin. Johnny has contributed to the analysis of International Finance Corporation environmental rules for mining, and he has assessed the recreational benefits of public lands, the benefits of large dam removal, and the ecological benefits of irrigation technology that reduces agricultural water usage. He is also assessing the ecological, social, and economic value of sustainable on-farm agricultural practices to water quality conditions such as clarity, quantity, salinity, and temperature.
Metro Parks' Business & Responsive Agency Advisory Council Member
Volunteer, Urban Wetland Restoration at Ryan's Park, South Tacoma