Featuring KSB Native Plant Workshop
Ursula K. Schuch: Going Native — A Whole System Approach
Bill McDorman: What is Native? What is Invasive?
1. Janie B. Agyagos: Pollinators – not just butterflies and bees!
2. Allen Cornell: CLOSED – FULL Native Plants of the Verde Valley and How They Were Used (Rain or Shine, maximum of 15 per session)
3. Lindsey Curé: CLOSED – FULL Decorative Native Plants
4. Chris Jensen: Water Wise Landscaping
5. Feather Jones: Discover the Wild Natives: Slide Show of High Desert Edible & Medicinal Plants
6. Jeff W. Schalau: Compost vs. Mulch: What’s the Difference?
Advance tickets are $25 for KSB members and $35 for the general public. Tickets purchased at the event are $35 for KSB members and $45 for the general public. Included in that price are the two keynote speakers, a choice of two hour-long workshops of the six offered, breakfast savories donated by Weber’s IGA, coffee, tea, water supplied by Kinetico and lunch of sandwiches and cookies donated by Wildflower Bread Company.
There is also a Silent Auction with items donated by the community. You can find gift certificates, plants, landscape consultations, framed photos, handcrafted items, including a beautiful alligator juniper side table crafted by two of our members.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own mugs and/or water bottles to help make this a “zero-waste event”. Sedona Recycles will bring their bins to help recycle or compost our waste.
We have added a new feature for this year: the capability of bidding on Silent Auction items the week before the event! Just call the office (928-282-4938) Monday thru Thursday from noon to 5pm, tell them which item(s) you are interested in, the maximum amount you want to bid along with your name, address, credit card information and phone number. We will have three personal shoppers that will place your bids (up to the maximum only); if you are the winning bidder, then we will charge your card and contact you to arrange pickup of your item(s). Even if you can’t make the event, you can still purchase one of Mike Koopsen’s framed pieces or the handcrafted Southwest decorated gourd!
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