Apr 29, 2013

Jennifer Felt

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,… Continue reading Jennifer Felt

Apr 08, 2013

Conservation Matters Spring 2013: Year in Review

Ocean Habitat Protection: For the Sake of Cod & Country… Enforcing Water Quality Standards Across New England… Out with the Old, in with the New: New England is a critical moment in energy transformation… Sustainable Agriculture: Sustainable Food: Growth and Innovation

Jan 08, 2013

Conservation Matters Winter 2013

Introducing Sara Molyneaux, CLF’s New Board chair, Continuing a Legacy of Leadership… The Future Of New England’s Groundfishery: A Recent Win, But Still Hanging in the Balance… Five Questions for: Marisa Carter, Administrative Coordinator, Massachusetts CLF.

Jun 08, 2012

Conservation Matters Summer 2012

New England Ocean Odyssey: A journey beneath New England’s waves… Treasure on Cashes Ledge: An ocean refuge in need of protection… Five Questions for Brian Skerry, National Geographic photographer… Why I Give: Phill Hoff: Why the former Governor of Vermont supports CLF.

Apr 08, 2012

Conservation Matters Spring 2012

Regional Ocean Planning: Giving everyone a seat at the table… Holding Government to Account: Empowering citizens and ensuring clean water… Canadian Hydropower for New England? Awash in promises, as promises dry up… Sustainable Agriculture: Growing a vibrant New England.Face to Face With New England’s Environmental Stewards

Jun 09, 2011

Conservation Matters Summer 2011

Ocean Wealth vs. Ocean Health: Planning a Sustainable Future for New England’s Ocean Waters… Progress Report: Stopping Stormwater Pollution at the Source… Finally, CLF Gets MassHighway to Clean Up Its Act… Why I Give to CLF: Honor Passow… Five Questions for… Jane West

Apr 09, 2011

Conservation Matters Spring 2011: State of the Region

Fisheries Management: Building healthier fish populations and thriving coastal communities… Nutrient Pollution: Restoring New England’s waters to health… Public Transportation: Accelerating toward better transportation… Coal-free New England: Making way for the region’s clean energy future… CLF Ventures: Work in the Public Sector

Nov 29, 2010

Sean Mahoney

Sean Mahoney serves as the Vice President of CLF’s Maine Advocacy Center and Senior Counsel. Prior to joining CLF in 2007, Sean practiced environmental law in San Francisco and Portland, ME for 15 years, where he represented a variety of commercial and non-governmental entities in all aspects of state and federal environmental litigation and permitting.… Continue reading Sean Mahoney

Nov 29, 2010

Peter Shelley

Peter Shelley is Senior Counsel at CLF Massachusetts. Until 2010, Peter served as Vice President and Director of CLF Massachusetts. He was awarded a Pew Fellowship in Conservation and the Environment in 1996 and the David B Stone Medal by the New England Aquarium in 2003. Before CLF, Peter served for five years as an… Continue reading Peter Shelley