Felice Pace was born on January 10th 1947 into the working class Italian Community in South Philadelphia. He holds a BA in Economics from Yale U., an MA in Education from Montclair State University and a life-time California teaching credential. He has worked as a teacher/educator, laborer, Outward Bound instructor, social services administrator and as a consultant to Native American tribes. For fifteen years Felice worked for and led the Klamath Forest Alliance as Program Coordinator, Executive Director and Program Director. He remains part of the Alliance’s Core Group.
Currently Felice coordinates the Project to Reform Public Land Grazing in Northern California. He also contracts with environmental organizations. Contract work includes environmental advocacy, campaign planning, strategy and implementation, development and implementation of administrative systems, and program work. Felice also engages as a Klamath River and forest activist and pursues a number of writing project. He blogs on Klamath River issues at www.KlamBlog.org. Felice's personal web site, which includes many of his writings, can be found at www.PaceOnEarth.com
Felice is divorced with two adult children. His interests include gardening, nature study, backpacking and travel. Felice has lived in Northwest California’s Klamath River basin since 1976; he currently resides at Klamath Glen near the mouth of the Klamath River.
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