Colorado Public Lands Organizer
Rocky Mountain Regional Center
Bill is a long-time resident and raft company operator in the Browns Canyon area. He received his B.S. from BYU in 1971 and his M.ED from C.U. in 1981. He spent more than six years, 1972-79, in Australia and New Zealand as a teacher, running an outdoor education center, mountaineering/outward-bound instructor, and scuba diving charter boat operator on the Great Barrier Reef. He has been a river/fishing outfitter in the West since 1979 and active in wilderness issues, wild and scenic rivers designation and river management. He started with NWF in December 2006. Dvorak is currently the chair of the Friends of Browns Canyon organization. Dvorak has been active in helping formalize and implement the following: The Arkansas River Management Plan 1989; The Gunnison River Management Plan 1986; and The Dolores River Management Plan 1988. In 2014, Men’s Journal magazine named Dvorak Expeditions one of the top 9 outfitters in the U.S.