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YOU CAN REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN THE 2018 “VEGGIES FOR ALL” WORKSHOPS
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It was a huge success, introducing scores of people to growing food at home. Demand for the raised veggie beds was so overwhelming, SAGE responded by establishing our Garden Partners program.
Anyone can now order a delivered and fully installed veggie bed for just $299 including a year of SAGE membership ($275 for existing SAGE members).
The whole package contains:
- 2m x 1m x 41cm garden bed (Australian made Colorbond steel with 5 year warranty)
- top quality veggie mix soil from D & A Excavations, Bodalla
- organic sugar cane mulch
- local seasonal seedlings from Moruya
- 1 year of SAGE membership
It’s ideal for people with busy lifestyles who want to eat healthy, fresh and organic food. It’s also suitable for people with physical limitations, but still want to garden.
We’ve calculated that up to $600 can be saved on food costs over three years!!
To book your Garden Partners veggie bed installation, contact Kathryn Maxwell on 0467 558 645 or 0474 700 991.
Following the success of the Tilba Food Share, SAGE launched Moruya’s own food share group. The SAGE Food Share takes place on the 4th Sunday of every month, when residents of Moruya and the surrounding areas congregate at the SAGE Garden from 9am – 11am to swap and share their garden excess.
Food shares are a fantastic opportunity to share excess fresh or dried produce, preserves, and seeds and to take home excess product from someone else. If you don’t have excess product on the day of the food share, bring your knowledge or questions, and interact with members of your community.
The SAGE Food Share includes morning tea, with tea and coffee provided. If you have a dish or drink to share, you are welcome to bring it along with the recipe so others can learn to make and enjoy it too. The Food Share is not about placing monetary value on produce. Participants bring and take as much or as little as they would like. As long as you connect with community and respect it, food is free.
For more information, contact Sasha Ermichina on 0431 049 044.