Volunteering on the Farm

We have an interesting new learning and giving back opportunity at SAGE’s Stepping Stone Farm, 8km west of Moruya. Working alongside our interns and under the supervision of our SAGE Farm Educator Joyce Wilkie, we’re looking for people to help with general planting and bed maintenance on our training farm.  You’re invited to come along […]

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Job opportunity – Market Coordinator

SAGE Farmers Market in Moruya is looking for a part-time Market Coordinator, around 12 hours a week.  This includes every Tuesday afternoon at the market, Friday and Wednesday mornings to administer the e-Market, and other times at your convenience for general administration such as emails, calls, messages, banking, managing spreadsheets, and promotion. The Market Coordinator […]

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Stepping Stone Internship

SAGE NSW Inc. (SAGE) is a not-for-profit, community based organisation whose mission is to create and support a NSW South Coast sustainable, fair food economy. SAGE has been running an intern training program at their Queen Street, Moruya, property for over six years. The long term goal was to take this training program to another […]

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Stepping up the local food supply

Summer bushfires and COVID-19 have not dampened the enthusiasm of a group of volunteers from SAGE Inc, (Sustainable Agriculture and Gardening Eurobodalla) working on the latest SAGE project, Stepping Stone Farm.   SAGE president Mark Barraclough says recent events have given the group an even greater reason to see the Stepping Stone Farm project come […]

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Moruya Community Garden opens

Moruya’s new community garden is now in business! At the launch last week, Veggies for All coordinator Kathryn Maxwell thanked Lachlan McDonald, Manager of the IMB Bank Branch in Moruya for the IMB Bank Community Foundation’s generous grant of $20,000, and the Anglican Parish for their generous contribution of land, room in the garden shed, […]

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The SAGE management committee

SAGE has a management committee of 8 people, and plenty of sub-committees that get stuff done! The management committee meets monthly and there’s always plenty of catchups, emails, phone calls and work to be done in between as well.  Business as usual includes overseeing projects such as the Farmers Market, SAGE Garden, intern program, seed […]

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