The Oak Creek Watershed Council (OCWC) was awarded Nonprofit of the Year by the Sedona Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation, at the Spirit of Sedona 2012 Awards celebration on Sunday night.
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As part of its KEEP OAK CREEK BEAUTIFUL anti-litter campaign, and under the auspices of the Oak Creek Community Outreach Program (OCCOP), the Oak Creek Watershed Council (OCWC) in partnership with other community groups, is sponsoring a cleanup of three one-mile sections of Oak Creek: areas around Midgley Bridge, Chavez Crossing and Mormon Crossing, on Saturday morning, June 23, 2012.
Sedona area homeowners who use a septic system will have the opportunity to attend a free education program. Homeowners from Coconino and Yavapai counties are invited to participate. Attendees will learn how to properly care for and maintain their system, extend its operational life, save money as well as protect their family's health, our groundwater and the environment.
As part of its KEEP OAK CREEK CANYON BEAUTIFUL (KOCCB) anti-litter program, the Council, and its partners, sponsor a dumpster every holiday weekend, located at Indian Gardens in Oak Creek Canyon.