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Ingrid Evjen-Elias understands some people may drive by the entrance of The Oregon Garden and wonder why something hasn’t been done to make the 13-acre area more attractive.

An assistant for SPROut – or the Sustainable Plant Research and Outreach Center – Evjen-Elias has spent many hours working in the Garden’s lower wetlands.

“This is such a lovely area,” she said on a recent September morning. “It’s a peaceful and quiet spot.”