Blogs: Sustainability

Celebrating Sedona’s Volunteers and National Parks

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 15, 2022   Sedonans have much to celebrate over the next few days as we mark National Parks Week and National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Both have special meaning for us.  ...
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Protecting Dark Skies in Sedona

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 8, 2022     Our recent delightful evenings offer chances to savor some of the best of Red Rock Country – excellent weather, amazing sunsets illuminating our stunning landscape, and after...
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Keep Sedona Beautiful Annual Awards 2022

  2022 Awards of Excellence Recipients Announced – Ceremony Scheduled for April 20th!   Each year Keep Sedona Beautiful identifies groups or individuals who have made significant contributions to the community and whose work supports KSB’s mission of protecting and sustaining the...
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Sedona Chamber Working on Visitor Education

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 1, 2022   As the City prepares its FY23 budget, the Sedona City Council heard the recommendations of a three-member Council work group last week regarding the Chamber’s budget and activities as...
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Sedona Chamber Working with Partners on Destination Management

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 25, 2022   Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s launch of the Sedona Trailhead Shuttle, an exciting new service providing free transport to Cathedral Rock, Dry Creek, Little Horse...
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Sedona Chamber Working on Complex Challenges

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 18, 2022   Your Chamber is laser-focused on serving as the voice of regional business, managing a community approach to tourism in partnership with the City, and advocating for a balanced, sustainable...
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United Way of Yavapai County is now a Certified Sustainable Business at the Conservationist/Bronze level from the Sustainability Alliance.

United Way of Yavapai County is now a Certified Sustainable Business at the Conservationist/Bronze level from the Sustainability Alliance. The team at United Way of Yavapai County shows that starting on a sustainability journey doesn’t have to be hard, and...
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Destination Resiliency Plan 2022

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS January 7, 2022 Groundhog Day isn’t until February, but I suspect it may have arrived early this year. The rise in hospitalizations, flight and event cancellations, and the reinstatement of travel restrictions...
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Maricopa County Growth

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS December 17, 2021 Last week I attended the 58th Annual ASU/PNC Bank Economic Forecast Luncheon for 2022 down in Phoenix which shined a spotlight on recent news coming out of Maricopa County....
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Sedona Chamber, Leave No Trace have Announced a Partnership

The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau (SCC&TB) and Leave No Trace have announced a partnership to ensure visitors to Red Rock Country have the knowledge to take care of the area’s sensitive environment while enjoying the endless recreation...
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RROCC and Sustainable Tourism Plans

 THIS ARTICLE APPEARS IN THE RED ROCK NEWS November 5, 2021 Red Rock OHV Conservation Crew (RROCC) talking to people yesterday in the Forest As many Sedonans know, the chamber and the City work together under the 2019 adopted Sustainable...
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A Sunset Chateau upgraded their Certified Sustainable Business to Innovator/Silver

Not only does A Sunset Chateau offer great views and delicious breakfast, they’re powered entirely by solar panels. During the pandemic, they continued paying all their staff. As General Manager Jean-Christophe Buillet explains, “We figured the shutdown wouldn’t last forever...
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