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Supportive comments by local organizations
Created:  Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Updated:  Tuesday, February 19, 2008

“I was thrilled to get acquainted with the Institute’s vision and program and learn how closely our missions coincide. I see substantial opportunity to share insights, techniques, resources, and outcomes - and in the hope to create a better educated public and ultimately have much less impact on our national legacy - our natural and cultural resources.”
Ken Anderson
District Ranger
United States Forest Service

“The Sedona-Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce is supportive of the Institute’s programs to provide visitors and the local community with an educational resource in natural history, indigenous cultures and resource conservation. Organizations such as yours that are a catalyst for positive change through education are certainly one that cannot be overlooked.”
Char Belran
Sedona-Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce

“The City of Sedona is not only supportive of the Institute’s programs for visitors but also looks forward to working with you on some local community educational opportunities. It’s refreshing to see a local organization step-forward and be proactive in trying to effect positive change.”
Marie Brown
Director Community Services
City of Sedona

“Sedona Red Rock High School is excited to hear about the Institute and its mission to solve environmental problems by promoting sustainable community development and environmental education. Our school looks forward to partnering with you on various projects, especially those creative ones involving student mentorship opportunities.”
Russ Snider
Sedona Red Rock High School

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