Sedona, Arizona is a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community with signs posted at entrances to the City of Sedona to let residents and tourists know about this designation.
Sedona feature stories include informative as well as entertaining pieces on life in Sedona, Arizona.
Native American culture and history play an immediately present and dynamic role in the life of northern and central Arizona. Visit amazing ancient sites attributed to the Sinagua people, and learn more about the modern day Hopi, Navajo, Yavapai, and Apache of Arizona's Verde Valley.
The Community Camp Out brought families and children together to enjoy an evening under the stars and around the campfire. This fun annual event was made possible by the City of Sedona Parks and Recreation at Sunset Park in West Sedona.
This is the story of the impact of uranium mining at the Grand Canyon and its ongoing threat, beginning with my learning first hand of the contamination of Horn Creek on a hikiing trip below the rim.
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