The Rotary Club of Sedona Village is in the fourth year of growing in the garden. Since we started the garden, we've built 23 raised beds, spread wood chips on many of the walkways and contributed over 1,500 pounds of vegetables to the Sedona Community Food Bank and Sedona Oak Creek Unified School District.
The Community Garden is located at Big Park Community School on the baseball diamond on the north playground. This diamond, known as Doug Colletti’s Field of Dreams, is now a Field of Greens. Working with our location partner, the Sedona Oak-Creek Unified School District, we have created an opportunity to provide a community service that strengthens health, nature, life skills, and creates an atmosphere of cooperation and togetherness.
Richardson Wright said, “a garden is a public service and having one a public duty. It is a man’s contribution to the community.” The Rotary Club of Sedona Village is committed to an ongoing contribution to the community through this garden project.
As we move forward with this community project, we welcome participation, volunteers, partnerships, and sponsors. Current sponsorship opportunities are available at the following levels:
  • Perennial: A recurring annual donation $5,000
  • Lush: A donation of green to keep things green $2,500
  • Bloom: A donation to make produce pop $1,000
  • Harvest: A donation to make things grow $500
  • Seed: A donation to start the process $100
Details, garden bed adoption details, project descriptions, volunteer project dates, and more are available. We welcome your enthusiasm and participation with this project. To find out more, click here.
Join us in this exciting endeavor and grow together with the Rotary Club of Sedona Village!
Garden Sponsors
Thank you!
Local organizations actively participating in the Community Garden
About Our Club

People of Action

Meeting First & Third Thursdays
Coffee and Chat 7:00 am
Club Meeting 7:30 am
at the Village Library
25 W. Saddlehorn
Visitors welcome - contact
Miki Dzugan to attend
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What's Happening

May 4th, 9 am to 3 pm

The Village Rotary is pleased to announce its annual Rotary
Community Garden Plant Sale & Open House, taking place on May 4th from 9:00 am to
3:00 pm at the Community Garden, accessible in the Village of Oak Creek via Verde
Valley School Road.

The Plant Sale will offer a variety of heirloom plants, including tomatoes, squash,
beans, and peppers. Milkweed for Monarchs will offer a variety of wildflowers, great for attracting pollinators to your garden. Verde Valley honey will also be available for purchase.

“Backyard Beekeeping 101” will be a special presentation by Cindy Mahon at 10 am. This class provides a unique opportunity to explore the art of beekeeping and gain the
knowledge needed to embark on your backyard apiary adventure. Join us and become part of the vital effort to support these essential pollinators and promote environmental

Contact us for more information.