June 22, 2017

Waterton Park
Photo: Karol Dabbs

The Nature Conservancy of Canada(NCC) is the nation’s leading not-for-profit, private land conservation organization.For more than 50 years, NCC has remained focused on one goal: to protect our country’ s important natural areas for the diversity of species that live in them.

Through partnerships with individuals, corporations, other non - profit organizations and governments at all levels, the NCC focuses on protecting our most important natural treasures — the natural areas that sustain Canada’ s plants and wildlife. For the last 6 years NCC has been rated Canada 's top environmental charity in MoneySense Magazine’s annual Charity 100 review. NCC has also been ranked as Canada's top environmental charity by the Financial Post for two years running.

golden eagle
Photo: by NCC

The spectacular landscape of the Canadian Rockies is world - famous for good reason. Not only are the Rockies an awe - inspiring geological marvel, they also support some of the most diverse ecology on the planet. From alpine peaks down to the foothills that roll away into populated valleys, the Rockies support a wealth of plant, animal and human communities and as the home of Rocky Mountains Soap Company is so close to our heart. This abundant natural heritage is of vital importance to all who live and play in the area, and is beloved Canada - wide.

NCC has a long history in the Canadian Rockies where they have conserved over 700,000 acres (280, 000 hectares). From the East Slopes in Alberta to the South Selkirks in BC, they work towards creative conservation solutions that ensure Canadians can continue to enjoy the incredible richness of this area for now and forever.

nature conservancy
Photo: Kyle Marquardt

Rocky Mountain Soap Company is thrilled to be partnering with NCC to help celebrate the Canadian Rockies on Canada’s 150th, and raise support for conservation in the region. By working together we will be able to ensure the Canadian Rocky Mountains are protected as a thriving, diverse and iconic national — and natural — treasure. To learn more about how you can get involved in supporting conservation in the Canadian Rockies, visit www.natureconservancy.ca/rockies

We are so thrilled to have seen such amazing support for our Limited Edition, Canada 150 Soap, with $1 from each one purchased being donated to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

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