Blogs: Sustainability

Culture Abounds

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 22, 2019   Being a sustainable community includes seeking out and saving our history – from archeological sites to historic homesteads. So, I was excited to learn of a fantastic gift to...
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Tourism Provides Most of Sedona’s Tax Revenue

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 15, 2019   With the success of the SIFF and Sedona MTB Fest, it’s time to rejuvenate with the Sedona Yoga Festival March 14-17 then witness superstar pianist Yuja Wang at the...
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Sedona preps for spring breakers

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS February 22, 2019   Tomorrow’s 10 a.m. kickoff of the 25th Sedona International Film Festival features If Beale Street Could Talk at the Mary D. Fischer Theatre, selected as a ‘2018 Top Ten’...
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February events offer city big boost

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS February 8, 2019   I hope you were there to cheer on thousands of visiting and local racers at RunSedona last Saturday. It was exhilarating to see old friends and make new ones...
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KSB Awards of Excellence Presented

On January 30, Keep Sedona Beautiful (KSB) presented its Awards of Excellence, recognizing businesses and individuals whose activities have contributed significantly to our community. KSB Vice President Mike Yarbrough presented Ken Zoll an award for Cultural Heritage. Yarbrough noted that...
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DMO-accredited chamber is best bet for tourism

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS February 1, 2019   The Sedona City Council reached a consensus during its recent meeting with the Chamber Board of Directors that although competitive bidding for tourism management services may happen in the...
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Tourism Budget and Traffic Unrelated

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 25, 2019   It’s always exciting to see community collaboration in action, so last week’s joint meeting of the Sedona City Council and the Chamber Board of Directors was a thrill for...
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The Azulita Project

  Those who live among mountains, rivers, and inland communities have a direct relationship with the ocean. Every second breath we take comes from the ocean, which is why we have a duty to protect it. Moved by the rampant...
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Chamber Board Holds Holistic View

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 18, 2019   It’s been just six months since I was named Chair of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau’s Board of Directors –a period that turned out to be...
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New Year, New Priorities

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 28, 2018   In this last column of 2018, it’s time to look ahead at our 2019 priorities, our wishes for Sedona in the new year, and to take stock of what’s...
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Holiday Shopping on Memory Lane

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 21, 2018   I am still dazzled by last week’s Sedona Northern Lights show and its jaw-dropping effects. What a breathtaking performance. Our friends at Paintscaping made excellent adaptations after hearing your...
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Gerardo’s Italian Kitchen just received Bronze Certification

Gerardo Moceri has a passion for sustainability. “Back in Italy, my grandparents did everything sustainably because that’s how things were done. Food was local and healthy; and it brought the community together. I’m trying to recreate that here.” His restaurant...
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