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Our Mission ... Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc., acting through the stewardship of its members and volunteers, is committed to protect and sustain the unique scenic beauty and natural environment of the Greater Sedona Area.

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March Preserving the Wonder™ Speaker

with Dr. Ross Hawkins

"Hummingbirds:  Sedona's Treasures; doing their part to keep Sedona beautiful" 

 Wednesday March 11, 2015, 5:30 pm


KSB Pushmataha Building, 360 Brewer Rd., Sedona

Read Press Release here....



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  Register Now for the 36th Annual Native Plant Workshop!

See Details and Register Here....

Workshop space is limited


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Explore Ancient Wonders of Sedona events

in Honor of Arizona Archaeolgy and Heritage Awareness Month

2 Free Talks at the KSB Pushmataha Building, 360 Brewer Rd., Sedona

with Susie Reed and Jerry Ehrhardt

Monday March 16, 2015 6:30 pm

 Read full details here.... Call Susie Reed at 204-5856 or KSB at 282-4938


Special Guided Honanki Heritage Site Tour

Thursday March 19, 12:30-4:00

honanki group tour

Reservations may be made by calling Pink Jeep Tours at 928-282-5000 and

requesting the Archaeaology Month Honanki Tour.

Space is limited and advanced reservations are required. The tour is from 12:30 - 4:00 pm on March 19th and

starts and ends at Goldenstein Gallery located at 70 Dry Creek Road.




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"We Are the Guardians"

2007 All Rights Reserved. Written by Shondra Jepperson as a gift to Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc.

on the occasion of its 35th anniversary of  Preserving the Wonder™.

Performed by Tom & Shondra Jepperson, Produced by Kenny Star and Shondra T. Jepperson, Star Tracks Recording, Sedona, AZ

Video by: Steve Devol

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Outward in the distance

Is a treasured mystery

Down the winding roads that lead you

Through the deep red and the green

As the orange sun is streaming

Through the juniper we see

Are the golden red rock mountains

Watching over you and me.


This must be paradise

Such heavenly land

It's a privilege to be here

We must always take a stand

To keep the forest and trail sites 

And the water pristine

We are the guardians

Of the red rock and the green.


In this ever changing painting

Roam the coyotes and the deer

While the eagles sail through canyons

There are whispers you may hear

From the ancient ones before us

Urge from plateau to each peak

Keep Sedona Beautiful

From the mountains to the creek.



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You Are Invited to Attend th Next KSB Board Meeting

Thursday March 19, 2015 9:00 am - 11:00 am

KB Pushmataha Building

360 Brewer Rd., Sedona, AZ







Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. Recognizes

Outstanding Efforts that Align with its Mission

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From top left to right: Rob Adams, Former Mayor of Sedona, Tom O'Halleran, KSB President, Jody Marie Smith, Diane Joens, Mayor of Cottonwood,

Nicole Branton, Red Rock District Ranger, Corrie Cooperman, Sedona Fire District, Jennifer Young, President, Friends of the Forest

Click Here to Read More About this Year's Annual Awards of Excellence Celebration...



Congratulations, Sedona!  

Sedona has been named the 

6th International Dark-Sky Community 

in the US and the 8th world-wide!


Sedona Dark Sky Designation



Click Here to Read About the Exciting News!



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Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. (KSB) received the GuideStar Exchange Bronze level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the premier source of nonprofit information.

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