21 Oct, 2021
Armenia Tree Project (ATP) has developed a social and economic rehabilitation
program for villagers from the hard-hit areas of Martuni and Askeran in Artsakh.
As a result of the war, some families lost access to arable farmland. Today, much of
Artsakh’s food is imported...
06 Oct, 2021
This fall, Armenia Tree Project plans to plant 220,000 trees and hire local residents to assist in the process. The majority of these trees will be planted in the village of Lernakert, located in Armenia’s Shirak Region.
The Shirak region is considered to be one of the poorest...READ MORE
30 Jul, 2021
Hello everyone, my name is Taleen Nazarian! Being raised in the city of Pasadena, where a large Armenian community resides, I had the opportunity to attend Armenian school, become involved in the Armenian church, and join several Armenian programs that all helped to shape my Armenian identity. Both...READ MORE
30 Jul, 2021
In the 2021 academic year, ATP’s Environmental Education department will commence its “Mobile classrooms on wheels” pilot project, which is aimed at bringing environmental education to the students of the bordering and remote villages of Armenia.
The idea...READ MORE
26 Jun, 2021
14 Jun, 2021
by ATP volunteer Mannis Kishon
The ecological nadir of the history of Armenia was during the Soviet Era, when barely 8% of the country was covered in forests. During the early post-Soviet times, the situation wasn’t getting any better as poor families were cutting down what...READ MORE
12 Jun, 2021
In response to the socio-economic consequences of COVID-19 on Armenia and its people, the Armenian Government implemented a series of 25 measures to provide support in 2020 and 2021. Among these measures, one was aimed at improving the environment as well as helping the Armenian people.
05 Jun, 2021
On June 5 the EU Ambassador to Armenia Andrea Wiktorin officially launched the project entitled "Green community - resilient future" in Margahovit village, Lori. The opening ceremony was attended by the Deputy Governor of Lori region Gor Asryan, representatives of the EU Delegation to Armenia,...READ MORE
03 May, 2021
ATP creates economic job opportunities for local villagers in Aznvadzor
With many villagers unable to travel abroad for work due to the pandemic and socio-economic issues brought on by the recent war, the temporary work opportunities created by ATP are critical in creating...
14 Apr, 2021
In alignment with our goals to improve the living standards of the Armenian people through tree planting and environmental preservation, Armenia Tree Project is expanding its reach into the agricultural market. ATP now grows and sells quality planting material in its nurseries for the development...READ MORE