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Berkeley County Newsletter (November 2020)

Monday, November 9, 2020

For residents along Thurgood Road near Goose Creek, a way of life is being threatened. Unfortunately, this is becoming all too common in our neck of the woods. Read on to learn more about the situation and how to get involved. If your community is experiencing a similar situation, please email me at [email protected] or call me at (843) 723-5127. The Berkeley County Dispatch When Willie Ford bought…

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A Word from the Warehouse (October 2020)

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Welcome to the October 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. As always, please also feel free to reach out to me with feedback…

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South Coast Newsletter (October 2020)

Monday, October 26, 2020

Welcome to the October edition of our South Coast newsletter! As we continue to march our way through fall, I can’t help but feel amazed by how quickly time has flown by since I joined the Conservation League in March—and how much we’ve accomplished during that relatively short time. You can read more from Juliana below about one such success in which we won a significant battle towards protecting Bay Point, but until we see…

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Berkeley County Newsletter (October 2020)

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Welcome to the October edition of our Berkeley County newsletter. I hope you are staying happy and healthy! Autumn is officially upon us. This is my favorite time of year in the Lowcountry because it’s the perfect time to get outside. Autumn is the season of dove hunts over golden cornfields, bonfires in backyards with friends and family, fishing for speckled trout and redfish on the Cooper River, and brisk walks through woods brimming with…

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Comments On Sullivan’s Island Maritime Forest

Friday, October 2, 2020

October 1, 2020 Town of Sullivan’s Island 2056 Middle Street Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482 Re: Comments regarding the Town’s consideration of settlement agreement for Bluestein et al vs. Town of Sullivan’s Island at a Special Meeting on October 2, 2020 Dear Mr. Mayor and Members of Council: The Coastal Conservation League appreciates the opportunity to submit comments for the record regarding the proposed settlement agreement for Bluestein et al…

Press Releases

Seismic blasting efforts halted in Atlantic Ocean

Thursday, October 1, 2020

For Immediate Release: Oct. 1, 2020 Contacts: Mike Mather, SELC Communications; (434) 977-4090 or cell/text (434) 333-9464; [email protected] Kristen Monsell, Center for Biological Diversity; (510) 844-7137; [email protected] Alice M. Keyes, One Hundred Miles; (912) 230-6495; [email protected] Diane Knich, Coastal Conservation League; (843) 530-0211; [email protected]; Jake Bleich, Defenders of Wildlife; (510) 882-1592; [email protected] Dustin Cranor, Oceana; (954) 348-1314; [email protected] Seismic blasting efforts halted in Atlantic Ocean Permits will expire next month; industry won’t…

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South Coast Newsletter – September 2020

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Welcome to the September edition of our South Coast newsletter! Recent weeks here in the Lowcountry have heralded the fall with dipping temperatures, migrating critters, and blustery winds. I hope you’ve been treating yourself with long hours outdoors, enjoying our annual transition to winter. Please share this newsletter with your friends, family, and colleagues. I welcome your thoughts on how we can work together to enhance conservation on the South Coast. You can reach me at…

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A Word from the Warehouse – September 2020

Wednesday, September 30, 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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Environmental Groups Prepare to Sue Illegally Operating South Carolina Wood Pellet Manufacturer

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Environmental Groups Prepare to Sue Illegally Operating South Carolina Wood Pellet Manufacturer Jasper Pellets Facility in Ridgeland Is Violating the Clean Air Act and State Law FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/22/2020 Media contacts: Patrick Anderson, Attorney, Environmental Integrity Project, (719) 963-4072 or [email protected] Diane Knich, Communications Manager, Coastal Conservation League, (843) 530-0211 or [email protected] Mike Mather, SELC communications, (434) 333-9464 or [email protected] Charleston, South Carolina –Three environmental groups today sent a notice of intent to sue Jasper Pellets for…

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BREAKING NEWS: Nurdles Update (9/21/2020)

Monday, September 21, 2020

Frontier Logistics asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit the Conservation League and Charleston Waterkeeper filed to stop the company from polluting our marshes, rivers, and beaches with plastic pellets. Today, the court correctly denied the polluter’s effort to get the case thrown out. This ruling means our efforts to protect Charleston’s waterways from plastics pollution will continue to move forward. See the decision in the attachment below.    [pdf-embedder url=”https://www.coastalconservationleague.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Norton-Order-MJP-Mot-to-Strike-Mot-to-Quash.pdf” title=”Norton Order MJP,…

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