SAGE collaborates with partners and clients to develop foodshed and agricultural economic viability assessments, implementation and business plans, place-based projects, toolkits, and conceptual frameworks that support and promote a sustainable food system. Our partners and clients include public agencies, land trusts, farmers and agricultural associations, planning and economic consultancy firms, public-interest organizations, educators, health experts, and urban and rural community groups.

The SAGE portfolio includes projects we have led, co-led and on which we have been a subcontractor.

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Festival Ranch Sustainable Food and Agriculture Systems Assessment (2006)

SAGE prepared a Sustainable Food and Agriculture Systems Assessment for Festival Ranch, a master-planned community near Phoenix, Arizona. The development considered ‘food’ as a major element that impacts sense of place, natural resource stewardship, education, environmental footprint, and public health and wellness.

Grant Road Farm Concept Plan (2006)

SAGE assisted in the development of a conceptual plan to preserve a 5-acre farm, as a remnant of the last remaining farm in Mountain View, within a new residential development.

Coyote Valley Greenbelt Report (2005)

 Coyote Valley Greenbelt Report- Greenbelt Research for Coyote Valley Specific Plan   Client: City of San Jose, Planning Department Date of Project: June 2005   SAGE developed the Coyote Valley Greenbelt Report for the City of San Jose, as part of the Coyote Valley Specific Plan. The report included an existing conditions description, compiled interviews … Continued

Agricultural Roots Fair (2004)

SAGE developed the AgriCultural Roots Fair, featuring educational booths, ethnic food and dancing, and special programs for the Oakland and East Bay community.