The Mark Dubois Papers document Dubois's work as an environmental advocate over the course of three decades (1970-2002). An
avid river rafter, Dubois began his career as an environmental advocate in 1973, co-founding Friends of the River. Dubois
went on to co- found and direct numerous environmental awareness organizations and campaigns, including the California Water
Protection Council, the International Rivers Network, and WorldWise. He also served as International Coordinator for Earth
Day 1990 and 2000 and has served as an advisor to numerous other groups. The collection has been divided along the lines
of his work and contains records of the individual organizations as well as Dubois's personal files from his tenures at each
Born on February 24, 1949, Mark Dubois was raised in Sacramento, California and spent much time rafting the Stanislaus River
and exploring its canyons. In 1972 he co-founded Environmental Traveling Companions, a non-profit rafting outfit specializing
in taking delinquent and inner-city children and disabled adults down the Stanislaus.
Number of containers: 16 cartons, 1 box, 1 oversize folder
Linear feet: 20
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Collection is open for research, with the following exceptions: Two folders regarding International Rivers Network have been
closed by the donor for a period of twenty years from date of creation (2008).