Jennifer Farley

 

Since graduating from Dartmouth armed with an arsenal of anthropology and English literature courses, Jennifer has lived and traveled all over the world; at one point she was the Asia correspondent for a travel magazine. After a stint reporting on equities for Bloomberg News, she renovated a ramshackle Gustav Stickley foursquare on Peaks Island, Maine. Currently a resident of New York's Hudson Valley, she writes a monthly feature - "The Home" - for Chronogram magazine. She's preparing to compete in a three-day novel writing competition. She likes to hike the Catskills with her two dogs, Ben and Mister Dennis, and is in her tenth year of yoga practice.

Jennifer Farley
Think Thick: Thermal Mass Construction Produces Energy-Efficient Homes that Resist Fire and Decay

Think Thick: Thermal Mass Construction Produces Energy-Efficient Homes that Resist Fire and Decay

Most of us know that a full refrigerator uses less energy than an empty one, because anything’s that denser than air will better store the cold. Opening the door of an empty fridge causes cold

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