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Inland joins Good Catch Program

Inland joins Good Catch Program

Inland is now an official partner of the South Carolina Aquarium’s Good Catch program which generates awareness and leads communities in support of local fisheries and consumption of responsibly harvested seafood For the purposes of the Good Catch program, local is defined as “any type of seafood sourced from southeast regional fisheries, which range from North Carolina to the east coast of ...

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Can Oysters Save the World?

Not only are oysters a fantastic way to celerbrate the holidays, they are also a delicious way to improve ocean health! Oyster reefs are an integral part of a healthy ecosystem. We support any project that brings more oysters to our coastlines - even if we're not planning on eating them!  Oysters filter water - lots of it! A single oyster can filter 50 gallons of water a day Their shell...

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Nantucket Bay Scallop Season in Full Swing

Nantucket Bay Scallop Season in Full Swing

If you have some menu flexibility and are looking for a seasonal special to play with through early spring, think about a delivery of Nantucket Bay Scallops! These sweet little morsels will be moving quickly in and out of our coolers through March, so don’t miss out. Much like oysters, scallops pick up the subtle regional flavors of the waters they thrive in. Located 26 miles from shore, Nan...

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Georgia is Ready for Plentiful Local Oysters!

Georgia is Ready for Plentiful Local Oysters!

Inland was delighted to be part of the third annual Oyster Roast for a Reason hosted by the UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant. We spent a perfect evening on beautiful Skidaway Island near Savannah with 400 of our closest friends and helped raise over $30,000 for the UGA Oyster Hatchery. We shucked and ate a lot of delicious Georgia oysters, too! If you’re thinking, “Wait, I didn’t t...

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Sheepshead - Direct from the Gulf!

It’s peak season for Sheepshead out of the Gulf – take advantage of this opportunity to show off a “locals only” species. Sheepshead aren't well known outside of the South/Southeast, so don't miss a chance to make locals happy and give vistors a true taste of the south!  Sheepshead are recognized by their telltale stripes (which is why they are also known as convict fish) along with their st...

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