Feeding your children healthy foods is an essential part of raising healthy and happy kids, and Nature’s Path is a company that really gets that. A maker of great-tasting organic foods, Nature’s Paths EnviroKidz line provides organic, gluten-free, Non-GMO options for kids. I am excited to partner with Nature’s Path to share how you could win a family trip to Costa Rica to help save the sea turtles.
Nature’s Path is on a mission to do even more than making healthy foods. Nature’s Path is committed to teaching kids about protecting the environment by donating one percent of sales towards endangered species, habitat conservation and environmental education for kids, including 1% For The Planet.
If you haven’t already, I encourage you to give Nature’s Path products a try. It’s something you can feel good about. Nature’s Path foods not only taste great and are good for you, but also help the environment. The entire EnviroKidz line, which includes the new Choco Chimps and Jungle Munch, is gluten-free so everyone in the family can enjoy breakfast together. They are also vegetarian, whole grain, low fat, wheat-free and trans-fat free.
Raising healthy and happy kids is more than feeding them healthy foods. It’s also important to teach them about sustainability and how to be kind to our planet, through experiences and by setting a good example.
You could win a family trip to Costa Rica to help save the sea turtles!
EnviroKidz is sending three lucky families on an EnviroTrip to Costa Rica to help save the sea turtles at SEE Turtles, a non-profit wildlife conservation travel operator in the beautiful OSA peninsula.
Three lucky winners and their families (three groups of 4 people) will get an all-expense paid trip to Costa Rica in March 2015. They will spend three days working with Costa Rican organization Latin American Sea Turtles to catch endangered green and hawksbill sea turtles in the Golfo Dulce, a beautiful gulf located alongside the Osa Peninsula. They will help researchers set out nets, measure the turtles, and collect important data before releasing them back to the water.
In addition, the winners will participate in a mangrove restoration project, helping to plant two species of mangrove trees that are critical to turtles and other wildlife of the Gulf. Finally, the winners will visit a chocolate farm to see how the world’s favorite treat is made!
Ten runner-ups will receive EnviroKidz gift baskets.
This is a chance of a lifetime! To enter and find official contest rules, visit EnviroKids.com. This is such an incredible opportunity! Will you be entering the contest?
A fiercely independent, family business, Nature’s Path has been committed to organics and sustainability for almost 30 years. The whole, extended Nature’s Path family is devoted to the values and mission: to be a trusted name for quality organic foods in every home, while being socially responsible and environmentally sustainable.
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My family would love to do a trip that would help the sea turtles. And seeing costa rica would be a huge bonus.
Penelope Guzman says
Hey, we have those cereals on our shelf right now 🙂 We love ’em because they are healthier, we get them at Trader Joe’s…thanks for the info on the family trip sweeps!
Ann Bacciaglia says
What a amazing and educational trip that would be. Great contest and great products. I love the look of the Nature’s Path boxes so cute with the animals on them.
I love these pictures – especially the second one! Looks like a great trip.
My husband has an uncle that lives in Costa Rica and we’re hoping to visit them some day. This would be a great way to do it! 🙂
We are HUGE nature path fans. My son loves the cereal. I will be entering this contest!
Tammy S says
I would love to do this. I think it would be a great experience for any family. It looks like a great time plus you would be able to help the animals.
Can you imagine what a life changing experience that would be for kids?!?! I know I would love to get to work so closely with the turtles, but my kids would appreciate it even more.
Marcie W. says
What a stellar experience. We are big fans of Nature’s Path products, especially their oatmeal, and with our oldest so interested in animals, this would be an amazing opportunity.