Bill Dvorak is not only the owner of Dvorak Expeditions, and the guide who took us down the Arkansas River in Salida, he is also involved in other extremely important work in Colorado.
One aspect of his work concerns Browns Canyon. Bill is involved with the Friends of Browns Canyon whose mission it is to “protect, conserve and enhance the ecological and natural resources of the the Browns Canyon area.” Bill and the Friends of Browns Canyon have been working hard to get this area designated as a National Monument. Please consider checking out the website.
Bill also works for the National Wildlife Federation. This important organization helps to safeguard our public lands, which include nearly one-third of the land base of our country. NWF is our largest conservation organization. As Teddy Roosevelt said, “Conservation is a great moral issue, for it involves the patriotic duty of insuring the safety and continuance of the nation.”
And, as if that wasn’t enough, Bill is an EMT with plenty of stories to share about that! If you haven’t had a chance to float or fish the Arkansas – one of the top spots in the country for both activities, think about contacting Bill. He might even invite you over for a glass of wine afterwards.