Achieving Dark Skies

    February 27, 2019
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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    Lighting Unlimited
    1550 E. Washington St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85034

    We invite you to attend a presentaiton on achievements in reducing light pollution

    • What is the value of dark skies and what difference has it made for Camp Verde?
    • What does it mean to be an International Dark Sky Community and what are the requirements?
    • Example of dark sky programs and initiatives
    • What can you do to support dark skies at your home, place of work, and in your community?
    • Q&A / Discussion.
    • Lunch will be provided with your registration.


    Presenter will be Sebra Choe:
    Sebra Choe, Economic Development Project Manager for Town of Camp Verde, is originally from Korea and a former Captain in the U.S. Army. She has a B.A. from University of Portland in Interdisciplinary Studies, and a Master of Divinity from Gateway Seminary. She recently became certified as a Project Management Professional and was instrumental in achieving the International Dark Sky Community Designation for the Town of Camp Verde. She has been a Verde Valley resident for 10 years, and has participated in humanitarian trips to South Africa and Cambodia. Now that Camp Verde is the world’s 20th dark sky community, she has her sights set on helping the Yavapai-Apache Nation achieve the same designation and getting to work on integrating the “dark skies ethic” into Camp Verde’s daily life.   


    $20.00 IES Member Ticket

    $25.00 Non-IES Member Ticket