Eurosite offers its members a number of services, all of which create direct benefits for the members – we aim to save our members time and money, help them achieve their nature conservation goals, and facilitate their professional development.
Through collaboration and networking our members are able to exchange knowledge and experience. Whether they are visiting one another’s sites, sharing resources or attending a Eurosite workshop, our members are working together to benefit Europe’s nature ‘on the ground’.
Eurosite has members and associate members. What is the difference?
Members can only be legal persons who:
a. subscribe to Eurosite’s mission;
b. have the intention to participate in the activities of the association;
c. own or manage natural areas in Europe.
In the event that the mission of the applicant organisation is broader than Eurosite’s mission, then nature conservation and nature management must make up a significant part of the goals or the activities of the applicant organisation.
Associate members are natural persons or legal persons who are greatly interested in the work of Eurosite and who subscribe to the objectives of the association. Associate members are not members within the meaning of the law, seeing that they have no voting rights and they can thus not elect representatives for the Eurosite Council. The associate members furthermore have the same rights and obligations as do members.
Furthermore, it is possible to join the Eurosite network as an organisation as well as an individual. Download our membership fee levels 2017 to find the height of your fee. If you would like to receive more information, please contact us.