Is PCC Farmland Trust a part of PCC Community Markets?
No. Although PCC Community Markets is a strong advocate of our work, PCC Farmland Trust is a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and donations to the Trust are 100% tax deductible. PCC Community Markets founded our organization in 1999, when it provided the funds necessary to protect the beloved Nash’s Organic Produce. While the great majority of our funding comes from individual contributions, purchasing specially blended varieties of Powers Wine or engaging in fundraising drives at your local PCC are additional ways to support our work through PCC Community Markets.
Do your farms provide food for PCC Community Markets?
Some do; many do not. While you can often find Nash’s Organic Produce at your local PCC, most of our farmers work on a smaller scale than what is necessary to supply a large grocery co-op. Any produce found at PCC Community Markets is a result of an independent business agreement. Some of our protected farms grow crops that end up in products that are sold at PCC stores, like the Williams Hudson Bay Farm wheat that is grown for select Bob’s Red Mill flours. Almost all of our farms run their own Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, which you can learn about on their individual websites.
We are committed to providing clear, timely information on our finances. Our annual reports from 2008 on are available below.
2017 Annual Report (PDF, 1 MB, 8 pages)
2016 Annual Report (PDF, 1 MB, 8 pages)
2015 Annual Report (PDF, 1 MB, 8 pages)
2014 Annual Report (PDF, 1 MB, 5 pages)
2013 Annual Report (PDF, 1 MB, 12 pages)
2012 Annual Report (PDF, 433 KB, 12 pages)
2011 Annual Report (PDF, 515 KB, 12 pages)
2010 Annual Report (PDF, 501 KB, 12 pages)
2009 Annual Report (PDF, 464 KB, 12 pages)
2008 Annual Report (PDF, 974 KB, 10 pages)
PCC Farmland Trust is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our Federal EIN number/ Tax ID is 91-2021165.