The European Outdoor Conservation Association, EOCA, wants and is able to continue to fund projects during 2020 despite the corona crisis, but this time, it decided not to hold the usual public vote due to the extraordinary situation and to not ”add to peoples’ workloads at this time.” However, there will be a member vote, meaning that the EOCA members will decide the projects to be funded this spring. The voting is simple, and members are asked to choose two favorites out of a shortlist of six projects that have confirmed to be carried out despite Covid-19. The vote will take place in the members’ login section of EOCA‘s website, and one person will cast the vote on behalf of the company. EOCA allocates funds twice a year, and when the time comes for the autumn 2020 vote, the association will reassess the situation and decide on the process for the next round of funding.