Transformation of a Superfund Site to a Suburban Demonstration Garden

Transformation of a Superfund Site to a Suburban Demonstration Garden

This program shares the inspiring and unique story of the gardens of the Pollinator Prairie, situated in an older neighborhood in Olathe, Kansas, and how it was transformed from a toxic waste superfund site to an ecological habitat and demonstration area for native gardens.

Learn about the history of the site, tips and tricks on corralling native plants in a garden setting, ongoing volunteer maintenance programs, and educational outreach to the community about the ecological benefits of creating pollinator habitat at home.