Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein did more than just meet with Dakota Access Pipeline protesters Tuesday, September 6th. She also left her mark.

Armed with a can of spray paint, Stein tagged a piece of equipment that was parked at the construction site. KX News was on-hand and got the video below, which they posted on their Facebook page:

According to The Bismarck Tribune, more than 100 protesters gathered at the site on Tuesday. Two protesters had also bound themselves to some of the equipment. This isn't the first time protesters have attached themselves to construction equipment at the site.

During her appearance, Stein proclaimed that she wasn't there for a 'photo-op.' She also reminded those in attendance that she was arrested during a protest to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Following her appearance at the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site, Stein posted the following picture to her Twitter account:

Stein joins a growing list of politicians and celebrities that have visited the Dakota Access Pipeline construction site in recent weeks.