September Flagstaff Meeting

Picture Canyon: Trashed to Treasured Sewer Canyon to the Picture Canyon Natural and Cultural Preserve. Stinky water, thistle-covered banks to trails and extraordinary habitat. Junked cars and paintball scars to native plants, petroglyph interpretations and Watchable Wildlife. Picture Canyon has seen it all and been it all and is transformed. How did the transformation happen? Who was responsible? What are the plans for it now? David McKee and Bea Cooley will have many of the […]

September Sedona Meeting

(VRVNO) Verde River Valley Nature Organization Wendy Harford is the 1st and new Executive Director of the fledgling organization (VRVNO) Verde River Valley Nature Organization. She joins VRVNO bringing many years in the non-profit sector with experience in activity coordination and facilitation for all ages, environmental activism, and business administration. Wendy is also a student of Eco Psychology and known in our community as an ‘eco’ artist promoting a healthy relationship with nature through experiential […]

Sedona Wetlands In The News!

Sedona Wetlands and our own Dena Greenwood are in the Phoenix News these days. The Wetlands is a designated NAAS Bird Sanctuary and has drawn birders from all over the country. NAAS is proud to be a partner with the City of Sedona
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