Bill Dvorak has helped the passing of HB 1298 Wildlife Habitat Protection Bill in 2007. He has headed numerous fights for conservation and protection of these and other river corridors throughout the west.
He has also worked through many sources to push the passing for HB 1341, which is the reconfiguration of the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Committee to have a broader based committee to support the conservation of, riparian and wildlife in areas of concern.
Organizer and Chairman for the Friends of Browns Canyon promoting the Browns Canyon National Monument Bill which was introduced into congress in Dececember 2013. He has given presentations to many local and country wide sportsman’s groups, recreation organizations, clubs, Trout Unlimited, REI, Outfitters Fishing & Hunting, interested grass roots organizations and individuals as to the effects of gas and oil shale on our environment, wildlife, riparian habitats and our future generation’s land and water.
Bill has been Colorado’s Public lands coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation since 2007. He has also been an active participant on the creation of river management plans on the Arkansas, Gunnison, Dolores, Colorado, North Platte and San Miguel rivers.