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SAGE Launch new website


SAGE are very excited to finally launch a new website From the new website: 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 innovative e-market. This website, however, has been built entirely on volunteer time, staying close to the design of the market’s site to create a consistent experience. Over the next couple of months, we will continue to add more services to the website, including booking and paying for events and workshops online, as well as managing your SAGE membership online. Of course, if you prefer to book and pay for things in person or by mail, those options will always still be available.

We have tried to keep the site as simple and easy to navigate as possible, especially for mobile phones and tablet devices. This means we’ve worked to find a balance of what and how much information to include. There is so much that SAGE is doing, we could fill a book… but books don’t really suit the internet. That’s why it’s a great idea to sign up to our newsletter to keep up with the latest. We’ll also be starting to use the website’s blog a lot more, to capture more of what’s happening.

We hope you will like our new online home as much as we do.

Tell us what you think of it! We’ll keep working to make the site as useful as possible, based on your feedback.

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