Set up in 2006 by the European Outdoor Group, the European Outdoor Conservation Association (formerly the EOG Association for Conservation) is an organisation designed to bring together the European outdoor industry to work for a common cause - the preservation and conservation of the wild landscapes and incredible environments that we are part of and from which we make our living.
Each year, vital members of our team reflect on the past 12 months, giving you an update on what we've been doing, how we've achieved it and what we hope to accomplish in the next 12 months. We also want you to know how we are getting on with our funding efforts, supporting the amazing projects that our members and the voting public have told us they would like us to support.
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Over 2.5 million trees planted....
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2 Million Tree Project, more money than ever for new projects, partnerships
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A year of celebration for EOCA, having given €2 million to conservation projects in 10 years and launching a 2 Million Tree Project!
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2015 proved to be an exciting year, with more EOCA records being broken!....
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New members, Sustaining Members and a new funding round!!
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2013 was a year of tremendous growth for EOCA.....
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Raising of the first €1 million. New board, new ambassadors, team of scientific advisors and a new German website - 2012 was a very busy year!
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"I, and the whole of the EOCA board were delighted to see so many firsts being achieved."
John Jansen, Acting President of EOCA
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"Change was obviously on the horizon!"
Tanya Bascombe, General Manager
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"Support from The North Face Explore Fund via EOCA has completely transformed our Project. We have hired two new staff members, expanded our volunteer programme, supported the regeneration of tens of thousands of native trees, hosted new primary schools and restored an upland peat bog. Over the past 12 months we have made impressive progress towards our long-term goal of restoring 630 hectares of wild native woodland in the Lake District National Park. Support from EOCA has raised our ambition. We now have our sights set on even larger scale restoration of native woodlands and other wildlife habitats. "
Dominick Spracklen and John Hodgson, Restoring Hardknott Forest, University of Leeds