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

No Reason to Eliminate Protections for National Monuments
For almost as long as he has been in office, President Trump has led an attack on our public lands and waters, trying to reverse protections for our most special places. But the truth is out: New documents show that Trump administration officials agree that the case for rolling back protections for our national monuments…
National Ocean Month Reminds Me Why I Fight
With National Ocean Month coming to a close last week, I’ve been thinking about everything that has happened in the last 30 days. While things may seem bleak, with the Trump administration pushing an agenda that disregards the health of the ocean we were celebrating, I have found hope in my colleagues and comrades. These…
CLF Goes to Washington to Stand Up for Our Oceans
As the Trump administration continues its attack on our nation’s public lands and waters, it has never been more pressing to highlight the importance of a healthy ocean ecosystem. That is why CLF has headed to Washington, D.C., this week to participate in Capitol Hill Ocean Week. Capitol Hill Ocean Week brings together national and global…
Unprecedented Attack on Nation’s Ocean Lurks in Congress
Don’t be fooled by their clever titles. A slew of bills under debate in Congress would endanger our marine life and ocean ecosystems by decimating key conservation protections offered by existing laws. Coupled with harmful actions from the Executive Branch, our ocean faces threats from some in Washington who are more concerned with lining the…
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.…

 

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