Chip Carter

Chip Carter

20 years in national multi-media

Writer/video producer with 20 years in national multimedia. Huffington Post contributing writer. Specialize in business, science-tech and lifestyle topics but also cover many other verticals.

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Bball article
The Huffington Post

A Late Game Of Catch (Or, Why Your Kids Won’t Be Who You Think They’ll Be) | HuffPost

It’s surprising. Like every other parent in the history of the world, I thought I’d created a miniature version of myself that I could bring up without all the bumps and wrinkles and brain farts I have. Someone who’d share every joy, who’d understand every heartache. Someone who’d be a perfect me.

Al9t7425 article
southeastproduceweekly.com

The Robots Are Coming

A couple of years ago Gary Wishnatzki was standing in the middle of one of his Plant City, FL strawberry fields watching as an awkward, unlikely creature creeped and crawled along the rows. That, he told a visiting reporter, pointing to the unwieldy machine clambering amongst the plants, is the future of agriculture. He was right. The robots are coming. Some of them are already here.

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southeastproduceweekly.com

AmazoleFoods Drone Wars | The Revenge of Bubba and Earl

“I’m not suggesting it is okay to shoot Amazon drones out of the sky. But I guarantee you Bubba and Earl will shoot Amazon drones out of the sky.”

Tree article
The Huffington Post

A Christmas Gift for Parents Everywhere | The Huffington Post

My Christmas contribution to The Huffington Post for harried parents everywhere.

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southeastproduceweekly.com

Sunset for Florida Citrus?

DUNDEE, FL — On a sunny late March morning, Steve Callaham is sitting in the cab of his pickup truck looking at citrus trees. That’s not unusual for a Florida farmer. But these are new citrus trees – 300 acres worth. It’s a bold investment in the future in a state where the citrus industry has been literally ravaged by HLB, citrus greening disease – some question whether the industry will even survive.

The Huffington Post

A New Year's Resolution Worth Making | The Huffington Post

A New Year's Resolution Worth Making | The Huffingt...

Citrus 8 article
SpecialtyCoffee Retailer

What happens when the unthinkable happens? Southeast peach growers hunker down - Southeast Produce Weekly

When fortune’s wheel stops on worst-case, what happens then? Southeastern peach growers are digging deep to answer that question after a late season freeze at the precise wrong moment in March decimated most of this year’s crop. Do you rebound resiliently? Shake it off? Collapse? Panic? Or do you just sit down in the middle of the floor and cry?...

aol.com

My Bad Day

I broke my neck and walked away -- humor meets horror in the waters off Daytona Beach, FL

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The End of the Road: Kerouac in St Pete by Chip Carter - issuu

The End of the Road: Kerouac in St Pete by Chip Car...

Popular Science

HISTORY Channel's "Mountain Men"

History Channel's "Mountain Men" take it back old school style.

Gates 1 article
producenews.com

Is Bill Gates buying up farms in Vidalia? Documents and growers ...

Is Bill Gates buying up farms in Vidalia? Documents...

aol.com

Snake Hunter Cleaning Up Florida's Everglades One Burmese Python at a Time

Capt. Jeff Fobb is sick and tired of these motherlovin' snakes in this motherlovin' swamp...

Suswa article
producenews.com

VIDEO: Heritage and History: Vidalia's Sweet Success

I produced and directed this look at the heritage and history of Vidalia's unique sweet onion, one of the happiest accidents in history.

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producenews.com

Competition from improved Peruvian agronomy and economy puts a twist on onion future

It’s been about 40 years since south Georgia Vidalia onion growers took what was once just a local favorite and turned it into an international food star. In fact, those farmers were so successful they created an entirely new category at the supermarket: The sweet onion deal that now goes...

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Outback family recipes and memories by Chip Carter - issuu

This is a special holiday section I created in conjunction with OSI, Inc. (the Outback family of restaurants).