Green Country Permaculture is dedicated to building sustainable and ecological infrastructure in North East Oklahoma by working with farmers, property owners, schools, governments, and organizations.
GCP was started by James Spicer and Sam Sneller in Tulsa back in 2012. They were looking for a place to springboard with the concepts they had compiled between their experience at Prescott College and Aprovecho Sustainable Design School. James brought Sam, originally from Ohio, back to his hometown of Tulsa and they immediately got to work. Since 2012, GCP has gone from an idea to an established consultancy in North East Oklahoma. Their clients have included Langston University, Tulsa Public Schools, The Tulsa Health Department, 3F&V Farm, John 3:16, and many other wonderful individuals and groups.
James Spicer- Owner and Operator GCP
James grew up between Tulsa and Carbondale, Colorado. Attending high school in Colorado, he spent many hours observing natural eco-systems and learned the dynamics of sustainable communities. Being particularly interested in sustainable food production, James attended the agro-ecology program at Prescott College in Arizona. He continued on to Aprovecho Institute in Oregon where he received his certificate in Permaculture Design from Abel Kloster and Tao Orion. James enjoys farming in Broken Arrow, cooking, playing salsa music, chess, and hiking.
Christine Evans- Operations Manager for Ground Stewards
Christine is a green country native. She has spent the last 6 years dedicating her focus to Permaculture, native plants, farming, and soil consulting. Christine enjoys gardening, taking care of her "girls" (hens), cooking, backpacking, and her dog Kozmo.
Daniel Holloman- Photography, Marketing, and Social Media
Daniel has lived in Oklahoma his entire life. He got his Master of Science in Entrepreneurship from Oklahoma State University in December 2017. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with minors in marketing and finance. Daniel uses his background in business and marketing to build a network of connections for GCP. Daniel is passionate about microgreens, business, and sustainable farming. You can usually find Daniel listening to music or going to concerts.