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A Word from the Warehouse – September 2020

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Welcome to the September Word from the Warehouse, the monthly newsletter from GrowFood Carolina, where you can find out what is happening in our warehouse, learn more about one of the 100 growers we work with, and hear about how our work supports the mission of the Coastal Conservation League. Please feel free to reach out to me with feedback and ideas on how to make Word from the Warehouse and GrowFood Carolina better. I’m at 

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Saying Goodbye in 2019

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Friends, This special edition of Word from the Warehouse is meant to share the news that I am stepping away from my role as General Manager of GrowFood Carolina, a project of the Coastal Conservation League. I know it’s not nearly as fun as a farm story or recipe from a famous chef. This decision is and was a difficult one to make. I love my work and…

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A word from the Warehouse – December 2018

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Happy holidays from the GrowFood team! We hope this December finds you happy, healthy and, like us, celebrating the abundance of local, delicious citrus fruit. The warehouse is full of pink grapefruit, satsumas, meyer lemons, navel oranges, and my favorite … the Swingle! Some cold hardy varieties of citrus grow incredibly well in the Lowcountry. Though production here is not as consistent as Florida or California, we’ve encouraged many…

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A Word from the Warehouse – November 2018

Friday, December 14, 2018

We hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving! The holiday is our favorite and busiest of the year and a great time to express gratitude for South Carolina's producers. For several weeks, we raced around and spread the love (a.k.a. local vegetables!) from our partner farmers. And in this season of thanks, we also celebrated fabulous fungi and want to share a brief story with you as you savor your…

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A Word from the Warehouse – June 2018

Thursday, June 21, 2018

We're excited to report that truckloads of blueberry cases and peach baskets are hitting the warehouse daily. This is vastly different from last year—a very warm January and February prompted early blooms on fruit trees in South Carolina, and a late frost in March wiped out the blueberry and peach crop. Hugh Weathers, South Carolina's Commissioner of Agriculture, reported crop losses upward of 80 percent. Thankfully, farmers are incredibly resilient,…

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Learn more about Laura Cantral

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Laura Cantral is the Coastal Conservation League’s new Executive Director. She brings with her a track record of success in strategy development, partnership building, and environmental policy at the international, regional, and state levels. Before joining the Coastal Conservation League in January, Laura was a senior partner at Meridian Institute, a nonprofit with offices in Washington, DC and Colorado that focuses on building collaborative approaches to address complex and…

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Two Offshore Drilling Rallies and Press Events Tuesday for Trump Administration Offshore Drilling Hearing

Monday, February 12, 2018

COASTAL CONSERVATION LEAGUE MEDIA ADVISORY FOR: FEBRUARY 13, 2018 CONTACT: Caitie Forde-Smith, Communications Director, Coastal Conservation League, (843)725-2064, [email protected] Alan Hancock, Energy and Climate Advocacy Director, Coastal Conservation League, (843) 277-7622, [email protected] Two Offshore Drilling Rallies and Press Events Tuesday for Trump Administration Offshore Drilling Hearing Charleston, SC – On Tuesday, February 13, elected leaders and coastal interests will speak on South Carolina’s opposition to offshore drilling. That day, the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will hold its only South Carolina hearing…

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Statement on the Trump Administration’s Plan to Expand Offshore Drilling

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Coastal Conservation League Press Statement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Eddy Moore – [email protected] – (843) 725-2061 Alan Hancock – [email protected] – (843) 277-7622 CHARLESTON, SC – In response to today’s announcement by the Trump Administration to welcome offshore oil and gas drilling in the waters of the Atlantic – including South Carolina’s coast – Coastal Conservation League Energy and Climate Program Director Eddy Moore issued the following statement: The federal government is again trying to force us to allow…

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Statement on Dominion Bid for SCANA

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COASTAL CONSERVATION LEAGUE January 3, 2018 Contact: Alan Hancock – [email protected] – (843) 277-7622 In response to news of a Dominion bid to buy SCANA, Coastal Conservation League Energy and Climate Director Eddy Moore issued the following statement: “Any long-term solution to skyrocketing power bills needs strong energy efficiency programs and cheap renewable energy to create lasting savings, not just one-off checks. State regulators have a great deal of flexibility to add beneficial conditions to the sale. Dominion…

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A Word from the Warehouse – December 2017

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Deck your plate with beets and kale, Fa la la la la, la la la la. It goes best with eggs of quail, Fa la la la la, la la la la.We have so much product for December, Fa la la la, la la la la. An entirely local meal, for all to remember, Fa la la la, la la la la. This year marks our best citrus season yet. Even in GrowFood’s earliest days, we…

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