Sage is a grassroots, quarterly print publication centered around voices from the outdoors, activism platforms, and creative spaces. Through creative visuals and meaningful conversations, Sage fosters an ecosystem of makers, activists, creatives, writers, conscious thinkers, storytellers, communicators, farmers & growers, and change makers.
Sage engages in conversation that lies within the intersection of fostering and nurturing a relationship with the land, activism and communication as it relates to the planet and the people, the importance of artisanal craft, making with our hands, and slow processes where we truly value what we’re consuming, and foster a sense of gratitude. Their content is rooted in the intention that mindfully focusing on our impact encourages compassion, kindness, respect, and a sense of empowerment that leads to healing our relationship with the Earth, uplifting local mirco-communities and nurturing responsible stewards of the land.
208-page, ad-free, hardcover book.
Printed on uncoated paper with soy ink.
WHAT’S IN ISSUE 05
kailee in the kitchen
pumpkin pecan streusel bread
vegan chai chickpea blondies
sage tahini biscuits and plum jam
apple pie cookies
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
evelynn escobar-thomas of hike clerb
olivia winokur of olivia chase designs
meghan navoy of rosemarine textiles
anna ehrgott of sagebrush bags
mara and raleigh of diirt
victoria pietri of my motherhood story
sabine josephs of waldorf in color
ines donfak of ode to future
katherine jacobson of taiyo
annabelle golden of graphics and grain
laura diez of eco chic podcast
zoe and aubrey of situ creative
sam weinberg of settle for biden
katherine han of hank collective
sarah and rob of silk city coffee
tshepang pooe of hey sis
annabel okeya of seventh and oak