The next meeting of the SFF has been moved to Tuesday, May 9th at 6:30pm at the Firehouse. Here’s the agenda.
The Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership and the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network
are hosting a Firewise Landscaping Contest
Join us and prepare your home for wildfire season while creating a beautiful Firewise landscape.
A TOTAL OF $1000 IN PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO THE TOP CONTESTANTS
THE DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS MAY 12, 2017
JUDGING BEGINS MAY 15, 2017
For more information and ideas on how to make your property Firewise, visit:
Consider the hike at Keyhole Sink the next time you need to stretch your legs. It’s a 1.3 mile hike back to a box canyon with a seasonal waterfall and petroglyphs. Kathie and Walt recommend the Ranger led hike they took during Archeology month. Neil Weintraub was their guide to the beautiful waterfall
For more information, here are some websites:
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2/20/2017 – The waterfall at Sycamore Canyon is flowing with all the rain and snow melt. You can find it south of Sherwood on FR 109 near White Horse Lake. Here are some photos from Kathie Krushinsky.
Neighbors enjoyed lots of Chili and Cornbread. And the winner is….
Neighbors in Sherwood Forest spent a morning picking up trash and other debris from the roads in Sherwood and on the road to Sherwood. Bright orange vests meant you could easily spot the workers.