Colorado Outdoors Podcast: Episode 16 – The Career Of A Storyteller

Joe arrived in Colorado in the 1970s and spent an amazing career telling stories about Colorado's outdoors and the people who protect it.

Joe Lewandowski spent 16 years as a public information officer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife out of its Durango office. He recently retired, but before he left, our statewide PIO Bridget Kochel sat down with him to hear all of his adventures as a storyteller for the agency.

Joe Lewandowski with bear cubs
Joe on assignment as a Colorado Parks and Wildlife public information officer.

To learn more about Joe’s career with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, please read The Career Of A Storyteller.

Interview by Bridget Kochel. Bridget is a public information officer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

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