The SAGE Project is a community driven initiative that is being developed as an education and demonstration site for sustainable agricultural and horticultural practices.
Next Event at SAGE
Sunday 26 October 2014 | SAGE Market Gardening Workshop | Day 4 - Plant health, pests and diseases, irrigation systems
Next WORKING BEES
Sunday 2 November 2014 | from 10am – 2pm – Help get the SAGE Garden ready for the Southeast Harvest Open Day for Sunday 9 November
Become involved in this inspiring community organisation for just a small fee per calendar year:
Learn how to grow food, or contribute your knowledge and skills to this collective project.
Be part of creating a post-carbon future for our region.
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Regular SAGE events
roughly every 3rd Sunday of the month from 9.30am at the SAGE site.
Next Working Bee is on Sunday 17 August 2014 starting at 10.30am.
Work at the SAGE site is continuous, but the monthly working bees are essential to getting large tasks, such as bed preparation, planting, weeding, harvesting and clean-up jobs done.
At around 12.30pm, we gather around for a BYO lunch at the long table. You might like to bring some surplus produce from your own garden to share or swap!
To really get involved, get your hands dirty and learn something, come along to a working bee. Check the calendar for upcoming dates.
every Friday evening from 5pm at the SAGE site (during daylight savings only)
Come along, join the evening’s activities, bring a picnic and share a relaxed drink after helping with a harvest, or participating in a workshop. Bring the family!
Our wonderful tandoor & pizza oven is now completed, adding even more to this wonderful social gathering.
This is a great way to get to know other SAGE members.