Gabriel of Sedona's Efforts Help Protect A Treasured Regional Landmark
Gabriel Of Sedona Helps Prevent Bridge Construction At Red Rock Crossing
Since 1989, Gabriel of Sedona has made it his mission to protect the environment and to stand up for the poor and disenfranchised of the world. Any project that seeks to disrupt the natural beauty of the environment or to harm its fragile ecosystem remains solidly on his radar. From potentially destructive housing developments to unnecessary bridge construction, Gabriel of Sedona has fought to preserve the environmental integrity of his local community.
Gabriel Of Sedona Makes His Voice Heard
Each year, thousands of tourists visit Red Rock Crossing in Sedona, Arizona to witness the breathtaking views of Cathedral Rock. The site has long been an outdoor recreational hotspot for local residents and tourists alike, who revel in the pristine, natural beauty of this treasured landmark. For over 20 years, developers have been attempting to build a major bridge at Red Rock Crossing; and for over 20 years, Gabriel of Sedona has raised his voice in protest. Not only would the proposed bridge increase traffic to the area and diminish its beauty, but it would severely disrupt the astonishing views of Cathedral Rock. Gabriel of Sedona has asserted that no major bridge should be built in any spot across Oak Creek in Sedona. Thanks to his unwavering determination, and that of many others, there presently has been no vehicular bridge built over Red Rock Crossing.
In addition to his many environmental efforts, Gabriel of Sedona also serves as a social activist for both local and global issues. For example, when an area pre-school daycare was threatened to be shut down as a result of unfair zoning laws, he stepped in and helped the owner maintain its operation. Gabriel of Sedona has long been involved with the American Civil Liberties Union and the Southern Poverty Law Center. When not participating in activist movements, he enjoys art, music, social service and world peace.