3/19/2012 8:11:00 AM Lancaster keynotes Native Plant Workshop at Keep Sedona Beautiful
Courtesy of Gerry Snyder
Native Hedge Hog cactus in full bloom. .
Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. continues to celebrate its 40th anniversary with well-known Brad Lancaster, who will kick off its 33rd annual Native Plant Workshop March 24 as its morning keynote speaker.
His topic will be "Planting the Rain: Principles, Practices and Tips for Water Harvesting Earthworks and Raingardens.
Brad Lancaster is an expert in the field of rainwater harvesting and water management. He is also a permaculture teacher, designer, consultant and co-founder of Desert Harvesters, a non-profit organization located in Tucson, where he lives on an eighth of an acre.
This year's Native Plant Workshop will take place at West Sedona School, 570 Posse Grounds Road, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Advance tickets are $20 for KSB members, $30 for the general public; an additional $10 at the door. Included in the admission are breakfast savories donated by Wildflower Bread Company, coffee and tea, bagged lunch donated by Weber's IGA, and the silent auction. Tickets may be purchased by calling the KSB office at (928) 282-4938, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.