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Sage Magazine Sage Magazine Issue No. 5

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Flip through the pages of Sage Magazine, a print publication centered around voices from the outdoors, activism platforms, and creative spaces. Over 200 pages of stories from farmers, makers, entrepreneurs, outdoor enthusiasts and even recipes!

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This is not your typical magazine! It's 208-page, ad-free, hardcover book full of inspiring and important stories from people making a difference in social and climate activism. We're loving every page.

Printed on uncoated paper with soy ink. 

WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE 

kailee in the kitchen

  • pumpkin pecan streusel bread
  • vegan chai chickpea blondies

  • sage tahini biscuits and plum jam

  • apple pie cookies

articles 

  • snail mail: the usps as a tool for slow communication & conscious living

  • changing of seasons: a time to slow down

  • la comunidad se cuida y se ama: community fridges as food justice

  • why we must fight for environmental justice

  • how are your actions impacting the planet? quiz

conversations with

  • evelynn escobar-thomas of hike clerb
  • olivia winokur of olivia chase designs

  • meghan navoy of rosemarine textiles

  • anna ehrgott of sagebrush bags

  • lyric zhané

  • mara and raleigh of diirt

  • liam neupert

  • victoria pietri of my motherhood story

  • sabine josephs of waldorf in color

  • ines donfak of ode to future

  • gi shieh

  • katherine jacobson of taiyo

  • annabelle golden of graphics and grain

  • laura diez of eco chic podcast

  • zoe and aubrey of situ creative

 

About Sage Magazine: "A grassroots quarterly print publication and creative ecosystem of makers, outdoor folks, activists, creatives, writers, conscious thinkers, storytellers, communicators, farmers & growers, & change makers. At Sage, we’re engaging in conversation about and cultivating content on our relationships with the land and soil and the experiences that foster this connection, environmental storytelling and communication, ancestral indigenous wisdom & regenerative thinking, the deep value in artisanal craft and making and creating with our hands, and the importance in uplifting, supporting, and fostering a local micro-community. We're rooted in the notion that living and creating mindfully and intentionally encourages compassion, kindness, respect, and a sense of empowerment leading to local community involvement and responsible stewards of the planet."

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