Welcome to Jenny Green Jeans!

I’m Jennifer Prescott and I’m passionate about sustainable, environmentally responsible living. I make my home in a Manhattan apartment and a small house in upstate Connecticut. Experiencing both an urban life and a rural one keeps me in touch with the Sustainability issues that face most of us. I want to inspire you and show you how greener choices big and small can impact our lives and the health of our planet.

How I can help you at home or in your workplace:

As a Home market editor for top shelter magazines such as Real Simple, Better Homes & Gardens, and Organic Style, I became excited by the blossoming Green product market. This market insight, in combination with my editorial design eye, opened up the field of sustainable design, Green consulting and Sustainability coordinating to me. In addition, the focus on sustainable products and manufacturers directly influenced my creating a green-living blog.

My store – green design GOODS – offers everyday sustainable product that will help you achieve a more eco-friendly lifestyle while supporting zero-waste goals in addition to the most ethical products.

In a consulting role, whether it’s addressing building materials, paints, finishes, furnishings, textiles, and cleaning products—my primary goal is a toxic-free environment for the health of the inhabitant. The best news is that a less toxic indoor environment is a win for the planet as well.

How I can help in your community:

As a Sustainability Coordinator, I also encourage a smaller carbon footprint in the community. By implementing recycling systems and waste reduction programs while offering education on indoor air quality and energy conservation as well, organizations can save money and boost health benefits.

As a co-founder of Green Schools NY Public School Composting Pilot, I experienced first hand how grass roots ingenuity and tenacity can change the landscape. After implementing the pilot program on NYC’s Upper West Side, the New York City Departments of Sanitation and Education not only adopted the program, but also expanded a 2012 cafeteria composting program citywide! (Read my report on the pilot program’s success here.)

If you need someone to advise or speak to your school or community organization, I’m happy to share my knowledge about how important and how cost-effective various sustainable initiatives can be for a community’s long-term health.

Read more about my Consulting Services, and if you want to discuss what I can do for you, just send me a note via my Contact form.

Here at jenny Green jeans, by sharing success stories and easy-to-implement tips, I hope to inspire and empower you to continue to make sustainable choices in your life and watch how far the impact goes.

Drop me a line with any questions or suggestions you may have.


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