Clean air is a family affair. You are invited to watch Cache Valley locals feud it out as they try to guess what the survey says, and the survey will depend on your votes. Enjoy a curry dinner with us and some of your favorite people on January 16. (We're depending on you for the last one.) Help us raise money for cleaner air at the Cache Clean Air Consortium's 6th annual event.

 

This year we hosted a public talk with experts, and for the first time, we provided information on summer ozone at local athletic events. This winter we're promoting an idle free city with outreach and one-on-one outreach. Generous contributions from local businesses and donors make these activities possible. Our annual fundraiser pays for programming the year ahead. We ask for your support through a ticket, table, or donation.

Cache Clean Air Affair (Family Feud-style)

Thursday, January 16, 2020

6:00 PM Mingling | 6:30 PM Dinner | 7:00 PM Game

The Cache Venue, 119 South Main Street, Logan

Team One

First Presbyterian Pastor

Derek Forbes

Derek Forbes is the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Logan, and has been a minister for 11 years.  Prior to coming to Logan in 2012 Derek worked for the Presbyterian Church in Zimbabwe.  As the pastor of FPC Logan, Derek’s desire is to remind everyone of God’s love for them and to share Jesus’ message of love and compassion for all.  Care for creation is an important part of the ministry of FPC Logan.

 

Before entering ministry Derek was a manufacturing engineer in the aerospace industry. Derek and his wife Laura married in 2018, have two dogs, two cats, and oversee a little free library in their front yard.

USU Marketing Professor

Ed Stafford

Edwin Stafford is the co-founder of the annual Utah High School Clean Air Poster Contest (with Roslynn Brain McCann of USU Extension Sustainability).  For 2020, the contest is engaging over 800 teens from southern Idaho to Moab, and state winners will be announced February 8 at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art.  Winning posters will then be used for education outreach across the state.  His research with McCann examines how teens participating in the poster contest educate and influence their parents on clean air actions in what they call the “inconvenient youth” effect.  Ed’s broader research focuses on green marketing, the entrepreneurship and diffusion of renewable energy and clean technology, and the framing of green messages to appeal to mainstream consumers.

Student

Audrey Lidgard

Audrey is a Junior at USU studying molecular biology with minors in French and yoga. She enjoys skiing, snowboarding, protecting the environment, and playing fetch with her cat. Along with Maria, she is co-president of SOSNR.

History Professor

Chris Conte

Bio coming

Team Two

USU Librarian

Anne Hedrich

Anne Hedrich is a curious person who has interests far and wide.  Originally from Wisconsin, she has lived in Utah for over 30 years.  She is really happy to be a librarian at Utah State University.  As a true librarian, she knows a little about a lot, but not a lot about anything.

Student

Maria Catalano

Maria is a Junior at USU majoring in Conservation and Restoration Ecology with minors in Spanish and Climate Change and Energy. Along with Audrey, she is co-president of SOSNR and involved with other natural resources clubs. She likes any winter activity, and anything that gets her outside!

CAPSA Development Director

James Boyd

James is the Development Director for CAPSA since 2014. James’s role is to bring awareness to the issue of and available support services for domestic violence, sexual abuse, and rape and raise needed funds for CAPSA’s life saving and life changing programs.

 

James was born and raised in Georgia and moved to Utah in 2003. He married his beautiful wife, Juli, the same year.  James loves his wife Juli, his dogs Izzie and Gabbie, traveling, and hip-hop dancing! 

 

James’s personal mission is the change the world by starting in our community.

History Professor

Seth Archer

Bio coming

The Cache Clean Air Consortium facilitates community partnerships that result in actionable strategies to improve air quality in the Cache Valley region of Northern Utah.

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