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Oak Creek Restoration of Roadside Pullouts Input Requested

Sedona AZ (August 17, 2018) – The Forest Service’ Oak Creek Watershed Restoration Project proposes nine activities to restore the watershed, including the rehabilitation of roadside parking along AZ State Route 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. To enhance the project’s analysis, a set of detailed maps has been created to clarify the location of all sixty (60) unauthorized roadside pullouts proposed... 

Council Terminates Public Input on Sedona National Monument

Sedona AZ (October 12, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Sedona City Council L to R: Scott Jablow, Angela LeFevre, Jon Thompson, Sandy Moriarty (Mayor), John Martinez, Mark DiNunzio, Jessica Williamson See below for my email REQUEST of all Sedona City Councilors. The only RATIONAL action by Sedona Council is to OPPOSE the National Monument Proposal by Keep Sedona... 

Protecting Our Environment From a Monumental Threat

SedonaEye.com writer Dan Daggett went from eco-radical to conservative environmentalist after moving west to Flagstaff, AZ in 1980 where he immediately became involved as an environmental activist. Dagget worked with a variety of groups, some of which he originated, to designate wilderness, increase protection for mountain lions and black bears, and helped to initiate a campaign to ban uranium mining... 

Is there a National Monument designation downside?

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand addresses the National Monument designation pros and cons in the first of his two part series analysis Sedona AZ (August 12, 2015) – Is there a National Monument designation downside? You won’t find the answers at the Keep Sedona Beautiful website! This is what we’re told at the Keep Sedona Beautiful website: “Incredibly, no permanent protections... 

Sedona Heritage Museum History Tours

John D Lay, cattle in corral & barn at J. Lee place, Crescent Moon Ranch, Cathedral Rock Sedona AZ (August 28, 2014) –  The Sedona Heritage Museum will host another round of its popular local history tours in October. This tour will follow the Red Rock Loop road to visit its historic sites, homesteads, and buildings. Long before anyone ever heard the name Sedona, the area around Cathedral... 

Sedona Man Guilty of Building USFS Unauthorized Bike Jumps

Sedona AZ (February 5, 2013) – A Sedona resident in Federal Magistrate Court today pled guilty to a criminal violation for unauthorized trail construction on the Red Rock Ranger District of the Coconino National Forest. Tyler Gavigan was originally cited in September 2012 for construction of mountain bike jumps on national forest land near his home in Sedona. The unauthorized construction included... 

Sedona Gallery Relocates

Sedona AZ (November 21, 2011) – After opening Rowe Fine Art Gallery in Sedona’s Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village less than two years ago, wildlife sculptor Ken Rowe and wife, Monica, have outgrown the location. Rowe Fine Art will now relocate to the space previously occupied by Geoffrey Roth Gallery under Tlaquepaque’s beautiful bell tower. The Rowe Gallery Grand Opening will culminate... 

Eye on Beautiful Sedona

Sedona AZ (August 9, 2011)–Warm weather invites everyone to head outdoors so the City of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department has planned great events for all ages to enjoy this fall. The fourth and final offering of the popular Sedona Kid’s Photo Hunt and Hike, is a free event for children with parents/guardians to enjoy an educational hike together on August 13, 2011. Guided... 
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