For the past six years, Jennifer Kingston, geological engineer, has overseen development of the Pollinator Prairie. In addition to managing and maintaining the 5-acre site with a team of volunteers, Kingston has also helped direct the creation of the education program for the native plant habitat.
For the past six years, Jennifer Kingston, geological engineer, has overseen development of the Pollinator Prairie. In addition to managing and maintaining the 5-acre site with a team of volunteers, Kingston has also helped direct the creation of the education program for the native plant habitat. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Olathe News
For the past six years, Jennifer Kingston, geological engineer, has overseen development of the Pollinator Prairie. In addition to managing and maintaining the 5-acre site with a team of volunteers, Kingston has also helped direct the creation of the education program for the native plant habitat. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Olathe News

Olathe’s Pollinator Prairie offers safe haven for butterflies to do important work

August 18, 2018 12:00 AM