Nature Conservancy of Canada FAQs - Natures Fare

Nature Conservancy of Canada FAQs

Nature Conservancy
of Canada FAQs

1. What is the Nature Conservancy of Canada?
The NCC is Canada’s leading national land conservation organization. The NCC protects the natural areas that sustain Canada’s plants and wildlife by purchasing land and managing them for the long-term. Since 1962 they have conserved 2.8 million acres of ecologically significant land from coast to coast.


2. Is the Nature Conservancy of Canada a government organization?
No. The NCC is a private, not-for-profit organization.


3. Is the Nature Conservancy of Canada a highly-rated charity?
Yes. The NCC consistently receives an A grade from charity watchdog organizations.


4. Where do the funds collected by Nature’s Fare Markets go?
Nature’s Fare Markets donations go to the Nature Conservancy of Canada – BC Chapter. The NCC – BC has conserved almost 1 million acres of lands and water. They work in three program areas: The West Coast, the Southern Interior,
and the Canadian Rockies.