Partnerships

PCC Farmland Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit land trust. Donations to the Trust are 100% tax deductible, and we rely primarily on individuals to fund our farmland preservation efforts. We are also fortunate to work in partnership with many corporate and business sponsors. For a full listing of our supporters, please see our Annual Report.


PCC Natural MarketsPCC Natural Markets 

PCC Farmland Trust was founded in 1999 by PCC Natural Markets as an independent organization, with a separate Board of Directors and offices. And while the great majority of our funding comes from individual contributions, there are ways you can support us while shopping at PCC Natural Markets–including the Farmland Trust Vendor Partnership Program, featuring products of companies who donate to the Trust. Other items whose purchase supports the Trust include the annual Seattle Chinook Book, the PCC Farmland Trust veggie platter, and our 100% organic cotton Farmland Trust totes–available at all area PCC Natural Markets.


Powers

Powers Winery 

One of our longest-running partnerships, Powers Winery generously donates $2 per bottle sold of their specially-blended PCC Farmland Trust Chardonnay and Cabernet wines. Powers Winery is a longtime champion of sustainable viticulture, and their Badger Mountain Vineyard was the first to be certified organic in the state. You can find PCC Farmland Trust wine blends sold at all PCC Natural Markets.

 


Vendor programBusiness Supporters at PCC Natural Markets 

Many companies that sell products at PCC Natural Markets recognize the importance of organic farmland preservation, and are members of our Business Supporters Program. While shopping at PCC Natural Markets, be sure to look for the red tag that identifies products that support the Farmland Trust.


The PCC Farmland Trust Business Supporters Program is a unique opportunity to demonstrate your company’s commitment to farmland preservation to your customers and community members. Contact Candace Halvorson to learn more about opportunities in 2015.