The European Outdoor Conservation Association unveiled this year's funded projects at the OutDoor show yesterday. Following nearly 50 nominations for projects in 2010, the EOCA received an unprecedented 66 nominations from its members for conservation projects in 2011. Afterward, 31,000 consumers across Europe got involved in helping to choose those that would eventually be funded. The funded projects in 2011 are the Cochamamba Project in Bolivia; the Lake District Path Repair project, the Yorkshire Three Peaks Route and the Wild Ennerdale project, all in the U.K.; the Saving Mount Everest project in Nepal; the Mountain Wilderness project in France; the Reducing Plastics campaign in France, Belgium and Spain; the 10,000 Hectares of Wilderness project in Turkey; the Sustainable Tourism in Iceland project; and the Conservation and Restoration in Snowdonia project in Wales. Original Buff offered to fund three of the EOCA's projects in their entirety.