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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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Judge bars government from working on seismic permits during shutdown

Friday, January 18, 2019

Press Release from the Southern Environmental Law Center and Coastal Conservation League For Immediate Release: Jan. 18, 2019 Contact: Mike Mather, SELC Communications, (434) 333-9464 or [email protected] Caitie Forde-Smith, Coastal Conservation League, (252) 714-4790, [email protected] Judge bars government from working on seismic permits during shutdown Ruling clarifies government’s confusing and contradictory position CHARLESTON, SC — A federal judge has barred the government from moving forward with seismic permitting during the shutdown, settling the confusion the government created…

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Warehouse Recipe: Roasted Fingerling Sweet Potatoes with Greek Yogurt Whip by Chef Tori Schumacher

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

This month, Tori Schumacher, chef de cuisine at The Ordinary, shares his simple and seasonal sweet potato recipe. To get started, grab two handfuls of fingerling burgundy sweet potatoes, fresh sprigs of thyme and two bay leaves. While your potatoes roast in a warm oven, whisk Lowcountry Creamery yogurt and cream together and add a splash of lemon juice. Read the full recipe using the…

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Groups Appeal Administrative Law Judge’s Ruling Upholding Development Permits for Captain Sams Spit

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 15, 2019 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 Groups Appeal Administrative Law Judge’s Ruling Upholding Development Permits for Captain Sams Spit CHARLESTON, SC—Administrative Law Judge Ralph King Anderson, III, issued a ruling on December 14, 2018, affirming the state Department of Health and Environmental Control’s decision to issue a permit authorizing the construction of a road, steel sheetpile…

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SC Attorney General Alan Wilson Joins Anti-Seismic Lawsuit

Monday, January 7, 2019

Press Statement from the Southern Environmental Law Center and the Coastal Conservation League For Immediate Release: Jan. 8, 2019 Contact: Caitie Forde-Smith, Coastal Conservation League, (252) 714-4790 or [email protected] Mike Mather, SELC, (434) 977-4090 or [email protected] SC Attorney General Alan Wilson Joins Anti-Seismic Lawsuit Seven Other East Coast Attorneys General Previously Joined Action CHARLESTON, SC — South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson has joined a lawsuit to stop the possibility of seismic blasting in the Atlantic Ocean, joining…

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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] 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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