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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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Administrative Law Judge Halts Development on Captain Sams Spit Pending an Appeal

Friday, December 21, 2018

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 21, 2018 Contact: Amy E. Armstrong, Esquire SC Environmental Law Project [email protected] or (843) 527-0078 Caitie Forde-Smith Coastal Conservation League [email protected] or (252) 714-4790 Administrative Law Judge Halts Development on Captain Sams Spit Pending an Appeal CHARLESTON, SC – After issuing a decision authorizing the construction of a road, steel sheetpile wall, and other infrastructure to facilitate a 50-house development on Captain Sams Spit on September 24, Administrative Law Judge Ralph King Anderson, III, agreed…

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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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Groups Sue Feds to Stop Seismic Airgun Blasting in Atlantic Ocean

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 11, 2018 at 11 a.m. Contacts: Oceana – Dustin Cranor, 954.348.1314, [email protected] Natural Resources Defense Council – Anne Hawke, 646.823.4518, [email protected] Southern Environmental Law Center – Mike Mather, 434.333.9464, [email protected] Earthjustice – Maggie Caldwell, 415.217.2084, [email protected] Center for Biological Diversity – Kristen Monsell, 914.806.3467, [email protected] Coastal Conservation League – Caitie Forde-Smith, 252.714.4790, [email protected] Sierra Club – Gabby Brown, 914.261.4626, [email protected] Surfrider Foundation – Angela Howe, 949.732.6414, [email protected]urfrider.org Groups Sue…

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A Word from the Warehouse – October 2018

Thursday, October 25, 2018

October’s cooler days and nights are beginning to deliver many of our favorite things: kale, broccoli, cabbage, fennel and radishes. To celebrate the start of the fall harvest, we are highlighting our favorite, zippy root vegetable–the radish. Over the last seven years, GrowFood Carolina has successfully partnered with South Carolina farmers to diversify the radish harvest. This collaboration means chefs and consumers like you have access to multiple local varieties…

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Vote ‘Yes’ on Water and Land!

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

  The Rural and Critical Lands Preservation Program enhances Beaufort County’s coastal economy, way of life, and small businesses like Larry Toomer’s Bluffton Oyster Company, captured here in a video by Beaufort County Open Land Trust. This November, you have a chance to support conservation on the ballot by voting ‘yes’ to a General Obligations bond. If passed, the referendum will generate $25 million for land conservation and…

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Warehouse Recipe: Brown Butter Radishes and Greens by Chef Shuai Wang

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Another major player in Charleston’s food scene and a close friend of GrowFood Carolina, Shuai Wang, is also inspired by Japanese tradition and cuisine. In 2014, together with his wife, Corrie, Shuai debuted Short Grain, a pop-up restaurant and food truck that celebrates local farmers and fishermen. This month, Shuai shares his recipe for brown butter radishes and their greens, which calls for a hot cast iron pan, a local pear, ricotta, pecans and…

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Press Statement: State Bank and Charleston County Council Waste More Time on I-526

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Coastal Conservation League Press Statement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 2, 2018 Contact: Jason Crowley, Communities and Transportation Program Director [email protected] or (802) 233-8744 Caitie Forde-Smith, Communications Director [email protected] or (252) 714-4790 Diane Knich, Communications Associate [email protected] or (843) 530-0211 Bank and Charleston County Council Waste More Time on I-526 CHARLESTON, SC — Today, the South Carolina Transportation Infrastructure Bank (SCTIB) Board voted 5-2 to rescind a June 26 vote ending its contract with Charleston County to fund the proposed extension of I-526. In the next…

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Administrative Law Judge authorizes development on Captain Sams Spit for third time

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 25, 2018 Contact: Amy E. Armstrong, Esquire SC Environmental Law Project [email protected] or (843) 527-0078 Caitie Forde-Smith Coastal Conservation League [email protected] or (252) 714-4790 Administrative Law Judge authorizes development on Captain Sams Spit for third time CHARLESTON, SC – In a setback for Captain Sams Spit on Kiawah Island, Administrative Law Judge Ralph King Anderson, III, issued a Final Order and Decision on September 24, 2018, authorizing the construction of a road, steel sheetpile wall, and other…

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A Word from the Warehouse – September 2018

Friday, September 21, 2018

The phones are working overtime at the warehouse. In the days leading up to and following Florence, our team has been calling and checking on our farmer partners. For the most part, the news is good. Many of them weathered the storm well, though our thoughts are with our regional community in North Carolina and its recovery. Florence marked the fifth extreme weather event in four years for our farmers…

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