Master of Science in animal science, 1989, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas;
Bachelor of Science in biology, 1986, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, Okla.
Stevens is a regional manager and a wildlife and fisheries consultant in the Agricultural Division's consultation program. His areas of interest include wildlife habitat improvement, wild turkey management, white-tailed deer management, range management, prescribed fire, brush sculpting, plant identification, feral hog impacts and waterfowl issues. Stevens joined the Noble Foundation in 1989.
He has authored The Feral Hog in Oklahoma, Collecting and Interpreting White-tailed Deer Population Data, Quality of Native Plant Forage Species Important to White-tailed Deer and Goats in South Central Oklahoma and How Much Does it Cost to Burn? He co-authored Grasses of Southern Oklahoma and North Texas: A Pictorial Guide as well as Trees, Shrubs and Vines: A Pictorial Guide.
Stevens is a certified wildlife biologist by The Wildlife Society, a certified range management consultant by the Society for Range Management and a certified professional in rangeland management by the Society for Range Management.
Stevens was raised on a cow-calf operation in south-central Oklahoma.