- Biological Assessments and Evaluations for various wildlife species
- ARC GIS analysis, modeling, and map making
- reptile and amphibian surveys
- Working in solitary, rugged and remote terrain
- Experienced facilitator for Forest Leadership Teams, Level 1 Interagency Consultation Teams, and various high profile events
- Interpretive wildlife programs with youth or adults
- Public Affairs assignments
- Mexican Spotted Owl Surveys
- Firefighter, Squad Boss
- ATV, Snowmobile, Chainsaw
- Bachelor of Science, Wildlife Biology, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO.
- Associate in Applied Science, Natural Resource Management, State University of NY, Finger Lakes, NY
1998-2008, Steve was employed as a ranger district wildlife biologist for the Medicine Bow and Routt (MBR) National Forests in Laramie, WY. Prior to that, between 1993–1998 he was a wildlife biologist for the Gifford Pinchot NF in Randle, WA. From 1989-1993, Steve was the district wildlife biologist for the Routt NF, Walden, CO.
Steve has worked with the Forest Service since 1989. In addition to the standard work completed by a district wildlife and fish biologist, he has had numerous special assignments including as a flood restoration coordinator following 100-year flood activity on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest; as the Level 1 consultation team chair for Southern Wyoming; as a facilitator for numerous Forest leadership team meetings and at the Centennial Congress in Washington DC; and as a MBR public affairs officer. In 2007, he established an education program for at-risk youth, which earned a Regional Forester’s award for community collaboration.
Steve Kozlowski has worked with TEAMS since 2008.