Spring 2018 – Interview at Oak Creek School Garden

Tree Sponsorship at the Peace Garden

Being connected to a tree as a personal friend 
is a traditional sacred alliance that gifts human beings 
with roots, a stable trunk linking Earth and Sky, and the joy of blossoming into flowers and fruits. “He/She who plants a tree will live a long life”. A Nature Sanctuary established in 2004 
by the Sedona [read more]

The New Year’s Garden

Choosing the New Year’s Garden by Richard Sidy, President, Gardens for Humanity — By Christmas all the seed catalogs have arrived. In the dark cold days of winter it is tantalizing to leaf through the pages and imagine all the beautiful vegetables and flowers pictured growing in your garden. The perfect, colorful, unblemished fruits of [read more]

Celebrating the Art in Earth-Teachers

Bookmark this page for future reference. Resources for Teachers and Teaching Artists 2017-18 Master Schedule What we Teach – Info-graphic Key Core Standards aligned with Art in Earth program Artists-Contacts ’16 Teacher’s Evaluation form Artist’s Evaluation form Download full size flyer Rack Card for program-front and back Invoices for Teaching Artists Nancy Robb Dunst Maleita [read more]


Aquaponics Gardening – Directions

Thank you for registering for the Aquaponics workshop, Saturday, June 6th! Here is the address and directions: 115 Stardust Lane Sedona, 86336 From 89A, go north on Harmony to the 4-way stop; take a left on Lyric, right on Windsong, quick left on Rainbow, and a right onto Stardust. We’re on the left and will [read more]

Past Workshops

September Workshops  “What to Plant in the Fall Garden” – Saturday, September 13 The talk was divided into What plants to plant, Strategies for protecting and nurturing fall-winter crops, and Container gardening. A lively Q/A session gave gardeners a chance to ask a range of questions such as pest control, soil building, and water harvesting [read more]