Jennifer Felt

Ocean Campaign Director CLF Massachusetts

Jennifer Felt is CLF’s Ocean Campaign Director. In this position Jennifer works to build and expand a diverse, multi-stakeholder network for regional ocean planning across New England and helps to develop the nation’s first regional ocean plan. Prior to CLF, Jennifer was at the Marine Conservation Institute, where she worked for five years in Washington, DC and New Hampshire. Previously, she worked for Humane Society International in Latin America and the Caribbean, served in the Peace Corps in Honduras.

Jennifer is a native of Maine, a proud graduate of the University of Vermont and lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.


Recent Posts

Celebrating One Year of Regionwide Ocean Planning in New England
The ocean contributes $352 billion annually to the U.S. economy, and supports 3.1 million jobs nationwide – and it’s continuing to grow. Commercial shipping traffic is increasing at an unprecedented rate. Offshore wind energy is booming off the coasts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and small new aquaculture businesses are cropping up left and right.…
Take Action to Defend New England’s National Monuments!
We are at risk of losing something very special: President Trump wants to reverse the hard-earned protections for two of New England’s natural jewels – the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument and the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument. Your voice is urgently needed, and will make a big difference. For just a…
Blue Vision Summit: A Time to Come Together to Advocate for Our Oceans
This week, ocean advocates convened at the Blue Vision Summit in Washington, D.C., to rally support in defense of our blue movement and to discuss solutions to some of the ocean’s toughest challenges. This three-day meeting brought together some 500 participants from across the country, first to meet with members of Congress and, second, to…
Administration’s Proposed NOAA Cuts Won’t Cut it for New England’s Coasts
When President Trump released his proposed budget to Congress, we already knew to expect severe cuts across almost every program. But, the proposal went beyond even our worst fears, especially when it comes to programs that protect our air and water, and support the most vulnerable communities among us. While the President’s proposal is just…
Senator Blumenthal Calls on President Obama to Establish Marine National Monument in New England
Last week, Senator Blumenthal of Connecticut, with the support of the state’s entire congressional delegation, called on President Obama to designate the New England Coral Canyons and Seamounts as a Marine National Monument, leading our region in a critical step toward the permanent protection of this undersea treasure! We applaud Senator Blumenthal for considering the…

 

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