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"Glee" Star Jane Lynch Taking Her Canyon Home Green

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Jane Lynch has been cracking audiences up with her dry sense of humor for decades — but it’s her current role in the television hit Glee that is exposing her genius to a new generation of fans.

As MNN discovered during Fox’s recent 4th-annual Eco-Casino celebration, Lynch is also a green gal — with an eco-friendly renovation underway at canyon home in California. “We’re going to be certified. It’s not that cost-prohibitive to be green. There are so many things you can do that cost the same or just a little bit more,” she told MNN. “I live in the canyons so I have a nice cross breeze. I’ll still get air conditioning but I will use it much less.”

Besides her home, Lynch is also an avid composter and recycler — and recently starred in a PSA for FOX urging people to get an energy audit done. Check it out below:

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