This image represents the interconnected nature of the land, water, culture, traditional ecological knowledge, and western science. The roots of the cedar represent not only the veins of life for the tree, but is a metaphor for a complex and diverse network of people that work within the Living Lab project. The paddles, clam shell, and midden indicate a rich history and connection to the ocean for Coast Salish people as the salt water is a means of transportation, livelihood, and sustenance through reef net fishing. The camas flower is a significant part of Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ life as well due to it being a rich food source and trade food. The way the crescents and trigons on the top physically connect to the land below is a signifier of the interconnectedness of art, culture, and land. This design is a collaboration of ideas between the Living Lab network and myself.