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This year’s art features a cross section of a pine tree to represent NASCO’s legacy of cooperation. In 1922, the National Cooperative Business Association originated and trademarked the twin pines symbol used to represent North American cooperatives. "The pine tree is an ancient symbol of endurance and immortality.” Every growth season, a tree adds a new layer of wood to its trunk and limbs. There is one tree ring depicted for each of NASCO’s 50 years.