Community Garden
The Rotary Club of Sedona Village is in the third 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
  • Water: A donation to make sure things flow $50
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, please contact the Community Services chair and Club President, Heather Hermen at
Join us in this exciting endeavor and grow together with the Rotary Club of Sedona Village!
Garden Sponsors
Thank you!
Damian & Danielle
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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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Monarch Migration Festival

Saturday, September 30 9:00am-12:00pm

Join us on September 30 from 9:00am-12:00pm for a festival for the monarchs. 

We are a certified Monarch Waystation and will be welcoming butterflies (hopefully), along with a plant sale, fun for kids, free hot dogs at 11:00am, and a beautiful day in the garden.

All are welcome. Questions? Email: 
Local organizations actively participating in the Community Garden