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Lisa Sharp has had a passion for the environment since she was just a child. Lisa grew up watching Bill Nye the Science Guy and Captain Planet. Even as a toddler she was telling people to “we cycle.”

Over time Lisa’s passion has grown into a career. Lisa is a freelance writer and environmental activist. She is the founder and editor of Retro Housewife Goes Green and also writes for several other sites. She has worked with companies such as TerraCycleGlass DharmaReuseit.comCredo Mobile, Whole Foods, and Disneynature.

Lisa has found the Internet to be a great way to spread awareness about green issues and connect with others. As she has interacted extensively with others via social media, she has found there to be a lack of sufficient solid resources and information regarding how to go about going green in Oklahoma and why it is so important. Thus Green Oklahoma was born.

Contributors

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Jessica Reagan is a cooking fanatic and loves entertaining and sharing her recipes with others, usually with a bottle of wine. She recently embarked on a journey to a primal/ paleo lifestyle which, in addition to diet, focuses on sleep, nature, and meditation for optimal health and general well-being. She is passionate about teaching people about organic, whole foods’ power to heal mind and body, as well as prevent and cure most maladies and disease. When she isn’t chasing around her 2 kids or whipping up something delicious, she enjoys making all natural beauty products and listening to her vinyl record collection. You can also follow Jessica on her blog, WholeDeliciousFood.

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Amanda Marcott-Thottunkal is a freelance writer in Norman. In 2013, she graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Master’s degree in Public Administration. Amanda is concerned about environmental policies and the effects legislation has on creating a cleaner, greener Oklahoma. She is constantly searching out ways to make her life more eco-friendly and wants to share green living tips with others. She lives with her husband and two cats. You can follow Amanda on Twitter and Pinterest.

 

 

 

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