Jan 24, 2019

Designing and Facilitating Collaborative Research Design and Data Analysis Workshops: Lessons Learned in the Healthy Neighborhoods Study

A lack of resources on community research design is an impediment to more community-engaged research. This article describes how a consortium of community residents, grassroots community organizations, and academic and public institutions implemented collaborative research design and data analysis processes as part of a participatory action research (PAR) study investigating the relationship between neighborhoods and health in the greater Boston area.

Jun 25, 2018

Janet Daisley

Janet Daisley is CLF’s Chief of Staff.  Janet’s previous roles at CLF include Senior Vice President for Special Projects and Deputy Director for Healthy and Resilient Communities. Before joining in 2018 she served as Vice President for Programs and Strategy for the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Janet has considerable experience leading cross-sector initiatives that… Continue reading Janet Daisley

Apr 18, 2018

Conservation Matters Spring 2018: Year in Review

In this special issue of Conservation Matters, we want to take you behind the scenes of our work, to give you a glimpse into how we break down challenges and take advantage of opportunities to create a healthy, thriving New England – not just for today, but for generations to come.

Jan 31, 2018

Conservation Law Foundation sues LePage over wind power moratorium

The Conservation Law Foundation filed a lawsuit in Maine’s Superior Court Tuesday seeking to block Gov. Paul LePage’s recent executive order imposing a moratorium on new wind project permits and creating a special commission to make recommendations on wind power development. CLF’s lawsuit argues that LePage’s executive order violates the separation of powers clause of the… Continue reading Conservation Law Foundation sues LePage over wind power moratorium

Dec 20, 2017

CLF Healthy Neighborhood Work Gets Massive Boost

“From addressing air pollution, to improving public transit, to building sustainable food systems and more, community health is the cornerstone of everything CLF does,” said CLF president Bradley Campbell. “New research collected on-the-ground has enabled us to chart a course for transformational change in Boston and other urban centers across Massachusetts tailored to the unique needs of each community. Thanks to this generous grant from RWJF, this proven model will be expanded and replicated nationally.”