Keep Sedona Beautiful volunteers are currently working on a native plant garden at KSB’s headquarters, the historic Pushmataha Building. Spearheaded by Jolene Pierson, Dave Norton and Bill Pumphrey, the garden will be an outdoor venue for various programs and open to the public in the fall of 2009.
The Pushmataha Building is #15 on the City of Sedona’s list of Historic Landmarks. Built in the Old-West style for a museum and named after a Choctaw Chief. “Pushataha” means “He has won all the honors of his race”. The building is part of the story of commercial development in Sedona in the 1960s.
The Pushmataha Building, on 3 acres with garden paths is available for use by the public. For more information, visit the Keep Sedona Beautiful website.