Application for Membership

There are a number of ways you can apply for membership. The easiest is to complete the form below, including all the requested information. Alternatively, please download the attached application form and return it to us by email at info@outdoorconservation.eu

Your privacy is important to EOCA.  Our EOCA Members' Privacy Policy iscan be found HERE and will explain what information we will collect from you as a member, how we will contact you and what we will do with the information you give us.
 
 
Company name*
Legal status*
Date established*
Main Products or Service*
Why have you decided to join EOCA?
Membership Fees / Conditions*
Annual membership fees are dependent on your company turnover
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The fees are set at a low minimum level that we hope all companies will be able to afford, but if a company wishes to contribute more, then they are very welcome to do so.
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Contact Information
First Name*
Family Name*
Position within the Company*
Email Address*
Direct Phone Number*
Direct Fax Number
Mobile
Remarks
Company
Full Address & Postcode*
Country*
Main Phone Number*
Website
Headquarters - if different
Name
Address
Company Logo Your logo must be a .jpg or .jpeg file, no more than 138px wide and 138px high, at a resolution of roughly 72ppi.
 

If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below.
"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