New SAGE website launched!

We’re very excited to finally launch a new website for SAGE! Many of you will recognise a very similar look and feel to the SAGE Farmers Market website, about which we have received a lot of positive feedback. The market’s website was built using funding from both FRRR and NSW Trade and Investment to establish our

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SAGE helping young people grow their future

L-R: Gus Hyde, Kyle Levier, Brodie Carrington, Brianna Tuckey, Jarrod Davis, Paul Lanfear, Jemma Moretti, Kaitlin King, Darnica Kopt-Dart, Natasha Ralph, Mellissa Marshall, Maddy Fisk, Sophie Campbell Increasingly, we are focussed on university as the main pathway to a satisfying career. That’s certainly true for people inspired by those more traditional vocations, such as medicine,

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SAGE grows another grower

The primary mission of SAGE is, as our name suggests, to promote sustainable agriculture and gardening, but also to increase the number of local commercial growers providing food to our community and building a local food economy in the process. The SAGE Garden was always intended to generate its own sustainable funding for ongoing development,

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SAGE AGM – 17 August 2014

SAGE Annual General Meeting 17 August 2014 @ 10.30 a.m. AGENDA You can download a pdf version of the minutes AGM Minutes August 17 2014-2. 1. Welcome Attendance: Fraser Bayley, Stuart Whitelaw, Katrina Cathcart, Joe Hooper, Judith Egan, Wendy Jones, Kate Raymond, Peter Gow, Kyle Levier, Penny Ryan, Phillip Myssonski, Penny Cook, Shirley Taylor, Wendy Dumaresq,

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SAGE AGM – 18 August 2013

AGM Minutes Download a pdf copy of the minutes – Minutes of SAGE AGM 18 Aug 2013 1. Welcome by Stuart Whitelaw 2. Attendance: Marie Zuvich, Catherine Potter, Fraser Bayley, Tracey Rich, Walter Kohler, Christine Whitelaw, Penny Cook, Janet Kohler-Bond, Bill Nagle, Adrian Cram, Liz Caddaye, Jim Caddaye, Sandra Makdessi, Wendy Jones, Tim Saffery, Tobie Patrick, Stuart

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