The “Benefit for our Mother Earth” event is scheduled for October 24 in Sedona
(Trust for Restoration of Mother Earth / Courtesy)
In an effort to raise awareness of local water issues with the River Verde, a “Benefit for our Mother Earth: to save the life of the River Verde and its sources” is scheduled for Sunday, October 24, according to a statement. Press.
The event takes place from noon to 5:00 p.m. at the outdoor pavilion at the Posse Grounds in Sedona.
“This benefit is to help raise awareness about the precious life of the Verde River, as well as to inspire contributions to complete the purchase of the Verde River Headwaters Land Tract, which is home to seven springs that give birth to the river,” Deborah El ‘elia Knighton Tallarico said in a statement. “And 100% of the proceeds will go to The Mother Earth Restoration Trust, a non-profit organization committed to protecting the sources by placing the land under a perpetual conservation easement.”
To learn more, visit themotherearthrestorationtrust.world/verde-headwaters.
This benefit will feature a wonderful selection of local musicians and sound healers, as well as speakers from the Circle for All Life, with Mother Earth Restoration Trust hosting the benefit.
Music programming includes:
William Eaton (guitar and vocals) and the River Band with Claudia Tulip (flutes), Allen Ames (violin, guitar) Fitzhugh Jenkins (guitar) & Bart Applewhite (bass).
Mystical Dreamers with Peter Sterling (harp), Fitzhugh Jenkins (guitar), John Dumas (native flute) and Nina Starsong (vocal alchemist).
Celia Farran (drums, guitar & ukele). Rama the Avatar with Robacharya (harmonium, guitar and vocals), Eric (bansuri and sitar flutes), Siddhartha (table drums) and Joanna Kraft (vocals).
Nuriya Akers (guitar and vocals) and Teresa Stone (drums, rattle, vocals).
Max Ribner (keyboards, horn & vocals) Steph Orsini – (bass), Sam Frampton – (guitar / vocals), Damian Flores – (drums) as well as Jahni Coyote (didgeridoo & native flute), Eric Zhang (nay flute), Porangui . Valerie Sanjali Irons (singing bowls and crystal drums), Debra Fleeger (Padmani) (singing bowls), Deborah El’elia Tallarico (singing crystal bowls).
Information provided by The Mother Earth Restoration Trust.