In 1972, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce recognized a need for an organization dedicated to Preserving the Wonder™ of Sedona’s magnificent natural beauty. And this was how Keep Sedona Beautiful was born.
Since then, Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. has been at the forefront of efforts to preserve our natural scenery for the benefit of business sector owners. It is clear that there is a direct relationship between these efforts and the business owner revenues deriving from the almost 4,000,000 visitors annually to our Red Rock Country.
The visitors’ expenditures in lodging, subsistence, transportation, sight- and flight-seeing, off road adventures, meals and purchase of souvenirs is a result of their desire to experience the very best that Sedona offers.
KSB’s leadership in protecting the quality of these scenic assets and continuing to preserve the natural wonder of this area for generations to come has been and will always be “Good for Business”.
Please join us as a special partner at one of the six business membership levels defined below.
Georgia Munsell, Development Corporate Chair has more information at 928.282.5419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*For several decades, Keep Sedona Beautiful has produced a Native Plant Workshop. Through speakers and seminars, participants are encouraged to plant native plants, learn about low water use landscaping (xeriscaping) and shown the ways to collect rain water. Keep Sedona Beautiful Native Plant Workshops have hosted and educated over 2500 participants. The workshop is available to the entire community, residents and visitors, alike.
*Keep Sedona Beautiful’s Annual Awards honor individuals, businesses and organizations that have demonstrated outstanding architectural design, exceptional xeriscaping, lighting, signage, or that have provided exceptional service to the community. The awards honor those who have contributed most to “Keep(ing) Sedona Beautiful.”
*Keep Sedona Beautiful’s “Preserving the Wonder” Speaker Series programs are presented the third Wednesday of each month from September through June at the KSB headquarters, the historic Pushmataha Center, 360 Brewer Road in Sedona. Featuring a wide variety of topics related to the “wonder” of our “Sedona,” this popular series dates back to the early KSB organization with a mission to engage, inform and inspire the community. Admission is free, donations are appreciated.