Our message is simple. Let’s find common ground through a market-based solution to climate change. So, we’re visiting as many cities and towns in Oregon’s 2nd district as we can. Please join us for a discussion on a market-based solution to addressing climate change while maintaining a thriving economy. Support a price on carbon that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while spurring employment.
Meet the stewards on tour
Suzanne Butterfield is a member of the Bend Chapter of CCL. She recently retired from a 40 year career in water resources management in CA and Oregon. She graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Environmental Planning and Management.
Barry Daigle is a 5th generation Oregonian and member of CCL’s Conservative and National Security Caucuses. In the 1970’s, he worked summers at his great-grandfather’s ranch in North Powder. He is a former Navy-trained diver and recon team leader (USMC), and often hears from career military personnel about the rising sea levels that threaten our military bases. He has MAT/BS degrees in Advanced Math and Political Science.
Brian Ettling is a seasonal park ranger at Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, and worked at Everglades National Park, Florida, from 1992-2008. In these roles, he has witnessed the impacts of climate change firsthand. Brian joined CCL in 2012 and is the co-founder of the southern Oregon chapter. He has a degree in Business Administration from William Jewell College.
Jason Lewis is a 6th generation Oregonian who grew up in the NE of the State. He works as a management consultant focused on the energy sector where he leads projects and programs. He’s been a volunteer at CCL for over 4 years.
Eric Means is a registered Republican in Oregon and a member of CCL’s Conservative Caucus. He has MS/BS degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Washington State University and the Oregon Graduate Institute and works in the computer chip industry. Eric grew up in small towns throughout Montana, Idaho, and eastern Washington, and understands the challenges of frank communication with conservatives on climate change.
Sherrill Rinehart has volunteered with Citizens’ Climate Lobby since 2013 and is currently the Southern Oregon Chapter leader. She has a B.S. degree in Biology from the University of California and a M.S. degree in Physical Therapy from Texas Women’s University. She has lived in Oregon for 27 years.