The European Outdoor Conservation Association (Eoca) has announced the shortlist of the projects that will be taking part in the next public online vote for funding, many of which still needing nominators, the association said. Nominations, which will be taken on a first-come first-served basis, involve no money, just an undertaking to help promote that project during the public vote and having the nominator's name associated with the project in all communications, should the project be selected. The shortlisted projects include: The Reds Return: securing the future of the red squirrels in Scotland's North West Highlands; Restoration of Rare Natural Habitats in Mizhrichynskyj Regional Landscape Park, Ukraine; Carn Liath Path Repair, Scotland; Engaging Society in Native Forests Restoration on Sintra-Cascais Natural Park; Mountain Wilderness' “Obsolete Facilities”; Restoring the Wetlands of the Cambodian Lower Mekong Delta; Restoration for arborescent Mediterranean matorral with Jujube Trees, Spain; Fixing eroded paths and restoring vegetation on Cader Idris, Wales; Reforestation of the Indri Lemur Habitat and Development of an Amphibian Trail around the Mitsinjo and Torotorofotsy Reserves, Madagascar; Repairing Paths and Protecting Peat Bog on Cut Gate, Peak District, U.K.; and Habitat Protection and Species Restoration, Tanzania.