During the hot summer months, as the temperature rises, homeowners can expect their electric bills to soar if their home is not properly maintained and weatherized. In order to reduce energy consumption, there are many things you can do to conserve energy, save money and still keep your home environment cool and comfortable. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Jessica Kellner, editor of Natural Home & Garden magazine, about what you can do to make your home energy efficient. Stay tuned!
Jessica Kellner is committed to the values of making one’s lifestyle healthier and more environmentally sound, Kellner’s years of editorial work have given her a broad base of knowledge on practical, easy and inexpensive ways for anyone to create a more sustainable, healthful and delightful life for themselves and their families. In choosing Natural Home & Garden’s content, Kellner seeks to find the overlap between what’s healthy for people and healthy for the environment. She loves to discover how the technology of today and the commonsense wisdom of the past can work together to create a model of modern healthy living.
Kellner’s blogs often include tips on avoiding toxic chemicals, saving money, making your own household cleaners, whole-food recipes, gardening ideas and products and more. Author of the book Housing Reclaimed: Salvaged Homes for Next to Nothing, Kellner is also a huge enthusiast of smart reuse and salvaged building and renovating materials. A graduate of the University of Kansas William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Kellner has worked with Ogden Publications in a wide variety of editorial roles since joining the publisher in October of 2004. Kellner was awarded the Topeka Association for Women in Communications Headliner Award for Media in 2012.