About

Hello! I am Dinah from DIY Inspired.  I call myself a creative green blogger. Welcome to Inheriting Our Planet; a site that promotes and teaches our kids and families to reduce, reuse, and recycle through education in a creative way. It also includes information about current environmental trends that affect us health and environmental wise. Our foods and medicines and cosmetics are all at risk. If we aren’t watching (which not many aren’t mostly because they don’t know TO WATCH) then our environment is suffering and will continue to suffer more.

You can read more about why I started this blog as well as a letter from T introducing our new collaboration together.  You can also find us on FacebookTwitter, Google+, and Pinterest. There you will find daily earth friendly inspiration.

On this site you will find topics like:

I also wrote a personal story about myself in support of an Anti-Bullying campaign. Here are some achievements I have made since I started blogging.

Here are some of my favorite popular posts:

I would also like to introduce my partner in crime, T Berokoff, a college professor in Communications. You can read more about her here. Feel free to contact her at t-givingback@outlook.comShe is the genius behind articles like:

We are PR friendly so please feel free to email me directly at dinahwulf@gmail.com.  We are specifically looking for partnerships to help promote eco-friendly habits and best practices to families including but not limited to crafting, green products, energy and water conservation, green manufacturing, upcycled materials, and recycling.

I hope you enjoy the site and thank you for visiting!

Dinah

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Beverly Baker

    I love your ideas. I am a 6th grade teacher gathering ideas for upcoming school year. I love to do projects with the kids using recycled materials, and you have provided some great ideas. I think I’ll start the year with the caterpillar clothespins…then super glue some magnets on the back. The kids can then use their clip all year clipped to their locker…we can hang art, papers, all kinds of things from them. Then…they can take them home to use on the fridge…
    Thanks for being so generous with your ideas.
    Beverly :0

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