Title(1-30/11) European Outdoor Conservation Association — Funding for Conservation Projects 2021-09-17 01:46

November funding round of EOCA(European Outdoor Conservation Association) will be opened 1st of November till 30nd of November.

EOCA is interested in projects that concerns biodiversity and wildlife landscapes including marine environment and a broad range of wild, non-urban spaces.

Projects should focus on conserving, protecting, restoring or reconnecting biodiversity with their specified landscapes.

Projects applications must:

- protect a threated species or habitants

- have a link to outdoor enthusiast

- involve hands-on practical conservation work

Maximum amount - €30,000 

​Duration - 1 to 2 years from all regions (except North America)

Deadline - 12 noon(GMT) of 30th November

​For further information about application, criteria and other, please visit EOCA. 

From 1st November, the 'Stage 1 Application Form' will be found at here. 

Please fill out the application form and send it to EOCA.

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