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our monthly article in the Sedona Red Rock News

Fossil Creek Plan Close to Completion

Imagine a creek with constant, crystal-clear, aquamarine water. In its deep pools swim only native fish, and on its banks huge trees provide shade and rich habitat for diverse wildlife. Here and there, rock formations bear fossil-like imprints of leaves and sticks....

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Stories the red rocks tell us

Fall brings the return of free public programs on the Red Rock Ranger District. A lecture series is offered from 11 a.m. to noon on the First Friday of each month at the Red Rock District Visitor Center located one mile south of the Village of Oak Creek on Highway...

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Women Strengthen Friends of the Forest

From its very earliest days, women volunteers have been front, center and out to the far reaches of the Sedona Friends of the Forest (FOF) organization.  As leaders, innovators, or by just plain showing up to get a job done, FOF women have contributed daily to...

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