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AFTER OIL SPILL, GULF SEAFOOD INDUSTRY IS RECOVERING

FROM MARKETPLACE
by Laine Kaplan-Levenson
Thursday, April 9, 2015

You think a seafood dock smells bad? Try walking in to the New Orleans Fish House. More than a dozen workers in white aprons and knee-high rubber boots feverishly sharpen knives to clean puppy drum and hand-cut tuna steaks.
Michael Ketchum is director for national retail sales at the Fish House. He convinces grocery stores and restaurants that Gulf seafood is the way to go.
"We supply almost every restaurant in the city: We supply Acme Oyster House, Commander's Palace, Emeril's, the Brennans' restaurants. We're running 300 to 500 deliveries a day." READ MORE

SIERRA CLUB'S MILLER, WIYGUL HONORED BY GULF COAST NAACP AT FREEDOM FUND BANQUET

NOVEMBER 23RD, 2014 GULFPORT MS
Last Sunday night, at Gulfport's Hard Rock Cafe, two groups that are not normally linked together in people's minds came together to celebrate their alliance: the Gulf Coast NAACP and the MISSISSIPPI SIERRA CLUB. And on a night when the NAACP honored two of the Sierra Club's members with Distinguished Justice Service Awards, the focus seemed to be as much on the work they will do together in the future as it was on past accomplishments.

In memoriam: LINDA ST. MARTIN

MAY 23RD, 2014
FROM LOUIE MILLER
Sharing the tragic news that Linda St. Martin passed away at 9:30 this morning from complications due to chemotherapy....i would appreciate everyone taking a moment to reflect on Linda in honor of her body of work, passion, and commitment in service to the Sierra Club and the Gulf Community as a whole.

LET'S PROTECT CUSTOMERS, NOT KEMPER!

Jackson, MS NOV. 1, 2013
BY STATE DIRECTOR
LOUIE MILLER

The cost on the construction of the Kemper Coal Plant just reached the $5 billion mark. This now makes Kemper one of the most expensive power plants ever constructed in the USA on a per megawatt basis.

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