KENDAL – The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) now counts 150 companies as members, and says that with this, it can provide greater support and funding to projects the world over.

EOCA says that with more companies and organisations paying membership fees, it can upscale its fundraising actions accordingly. This year, the not-for-profit is set to commit more than €500,000 to support a broad range of initiatives centred on preserving and restoring ecosystems.

Conservation bodies which are nominated by association members can apply for grants of up to €30,000 for specific projects; to date, efforts backed by EOCA include a clean-up mission on a mountain peak in Kyrgyzstan, the protection of brown bears in Spain and the replanting of forestry in the Czech Republic.

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