SEE Turtles Named Recipient of Nature's Path 2009 EnviroKidz Giving Back Award

Beaverton, OR (PressExposure) December 10, 2009 -- SEE Turtles, a sea turtle conservation travel project, has announced it was named a recipient of Nature's Path Organic Foods' 2009 EnviroKidz Giving Back Award. The Giving Back Program donates money to non-pro?t organizations, such as SEE Turtles that support endangered species, habitat conservation, and environmental education for kids.

“SEE Turtles is proud to receive this award and to partner with Nature's Path, one of the most sustainable companies in the world,” said Brad Nahill, Director of SEE Turtles. This award will allow us to launch our school outreach program which will teach kids how they can help protect sea turtles at home and around the world.” More information on the school program can be found here:

“We are committed to leaving the world a better place than we found it by supporting organizations like SEE Turtles,” said Arran Stephens, President and Founder of Nature's Path Organic Foods. “We are extremely proud to be able to give back to this dedicated and hard-working group and are grateful to the consumers who have supported our EnviroKidz line and made this possible.”

Nature’s Path, North America’s number one organic cereal manufacturer is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of its EnviroKidz Giving Back Award this year. For more information go to or

About Nature's Path Founded in 1985, Nature's Path Organic Foods is headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia and employs around 350 people at its four facilities in Canada and the United States. The privately held, family-owned company produces breakfast foods and snacks sold in specialty foods stores and retailers in 40 countries around the world. The company's innovative brands include Nature's Path®, Flax Plus, EnviroKidz®, Weil by Nature's Path TM, and Optimum®.

About SEE Turtles

Going beyond the ecotourism mantra of "leave only footprints", SEE Turtles suggests that tourists should make a positive impact through conservation tourism. Conservation tourism supports communities protecting sea turtles by increasing the income needed for local conservation efforts, providing economic alternatives to end threats to sea turtles and inspiring travelers to take a more active role in protecting sea turtles. SEE Turtles is an Ocean Foundation conservation tourism project that links people with sea turtle sites in ways that directly support efforts to protect sea turtles, while increasing resources in communities to help residents thrive and value sea turtles in their environment.

Contact Us:
Brad Nahill
SEE Turtles
7227 SW Linette Way
Beaverton OR 97007

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Press Release Submitted On: December 10, 2009 at 3:32 am
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