Sally C Wenczel
Sally Wenczel is an author of environmental children’s books such as “Let’s Build a Rain Garden!” and has published hundreds of articles. After earning a bachelor’s degree in English from Albion College in 2002, she started writing for publications and organizations like Plumas County History Museum, Garden Design Magazine, Traverse City Business News, Ferndale Friends, The Chaldean News, SFGate.com and EHow.com. She has worked in education gardens as a teacher and program director in the Detroit area for the past 12 years. She serves as a commissioner on the West Bloomfield Parks & Recreation Commission and received the “Environmental Stewardship Award” for the 2021 Michigan Week Awards. Wenczel has also been a state licensed massage therapist for 15 years and has studied natural healing therapies and herbal medicine.
Sally led the charge in passing West Bloomfield Township’s “Coal Tar Ordinance” which bans high PAH Coal Tar driveway sealants. She hopes that other communities will follow suit.
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Outdoor Education volunteer teacher and Junior Literary Garden manager