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Maryland Organizing Director

Jennifer is a lifelong Maryland resident who grew up next to the Catoctin Mountains in Frederick, graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland on the beautiful St. Mary's River, and now lives in Baltimore City.  Before joining Clean Water Action in 2016, Jennifer worked as the Environmental Programs Organizer at the Center for Grace-Full Living in East Baltimore, where she coordinated community gardens, taught environmental education, and organized rain garden and other stormwater remediation projects.  Jennifer has also been active in a wide variety of environmental and human rights campaigns in Baltimore, and as Maryland Organizing Director, she works to build networks and power in communities throughout Maryland to protect our health and environment.


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60 organizations call for passage of the Reclaim Renewable Energy Act in 2024

Governor Moore, Speaker Jones, and Senate President Ferguson, The undersigned 60 organizations call on you to champion climate action and environmental justice by passing the Reclaim Renewable Energy Act (HB166/SB146) in 2024. Communities can’t afford to wait.

Factsheet: HB486/SB125 (Superfund NPL Disclosures)

There are 21 sites in Maryland on the Superfund’s National Priorities List: EPA’s list of the most hazardous contaminated sites in the country identified for long-term study and remediation

Factsheet: HB166/SB146 (Reclaim Renewable Energy Act)

For over a decade, Maryland has misclassified trash incineration - the most polluting method of producing energy - as "renewable," diverting subsidies away from real renewable energy like wind, solar

HB161 - Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority Sunset Act - Frequently Asked Questions

HB161 implements recommendations of the State Transparency and Accountability Reform Commission, a bipartisan commission convened in 2021 to review and investigate the operations and structures of quasi-governmental agencies in Maryland.

Expanding Baltimore City’s Sewage Backup Assistance Programs

This report provides background information about the issue of sewage backups in Baltimore City and the existing assistance programs, summarizes and analyzes DPW’s feasibility study, and makes recommendations for improving and expanding the support systems for residents facing this environmental hazard.