The above project was a Millennium Project for the City of Coquitlam and commissioned by then mayor Jon Kingsbury. Besides working with Norman Tait, formost Nisga'a carver, Marina worked with most all students with participation from Aboriginal Ed, the Rivershed Society, Mossom Creek Salmon Enhancement Society, many teachers from Centennial Senior High including Daniel Collett, and many other community members. Students were engaged throughout the year not only to learn glass art and fully participate, but also to come to the creeks and learn about Salmon Enhancement first hand. The experience was full ranging and included three very large ceremonies of hundreds of people who participated through drumming and singing and speaking of the benefits of taking care of our salmon and our rivers and our environment. The year was a very productive year and in the end, the final product was assessed at a value of $100,000 even though most everyone volunteered their time to create the piece. By encouragement of Daniel Collett, we made a second piece of art that now lives permanently at Centennial High School. The piece itself stands seven feet tall by eleven feet wide. The Eagle and Thunderbird carvings designed by Norman Tait and produced by himself and Robert Barratt and Lucinda Turner are stunning and probably now priceless since Norman's passing several years ago.