Sustainable Sedona Tourism

With 3 million visitors a year, Sedona teamed up with the Arizona State University Center for Sustainable Tourism to come up with the state’s first sustainable tourism plan. The plan was developed after 18 months of community meetings, focus groups, surveys and more. Jennifer Wesselhoff, President and CEO of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, tells us more.

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Jennifer Wesselhof, President and CEO of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce

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