04 Feb, 2021
The importance of rejoining this landmark agreement
BOSTON, MA-- Armenia Tree Project (ATP) welcomes the Biden administration’s renewed commitment to join the Paris Accords.
The Paris climate accord is a landmark international agreement signed in 2015 by 189 countries...READ MORE
06 Dec, 2020
CLICK HERE TO READ TREES FOR LIFE (VOLUME 3, ISSUE 2)
Welcome to ATP’s second online-only edition of our Trees for Life newsletter. In our previous newsletter in July, we focused on the effects of COVID-19,...
01 Dec, 2020
It has been an extremely difficult year for the entire world and even more so for Armenians. Despite the country facing crisis after crisis, Armenia Tree Project was able to fulfill its plans thanks to the continued support and generosity of its donors. In 2020, ATP planted more trees than ever before...READ MORE
30 Nov, 2020
Armenia’s leading tree-planting organization stands ready to provide its resources, knowledge, and skills to aid and assist in the replanting of Artsakh’s forests when deemed safe.
(Yerevan, Armenia), Nov. 30, 2020- READ MORE
17 Nov, 2020
By ATP Communications and Marketing Manager Ani Melkonian
On the morning of October 27, the first thing I did, even before opening my eyes, was open Facebook on my phone to check for news. Many of us had the same ritual during the 45 days of war. The previous day, Azerbaijan...
16 Nov, 2020
Twenty-twenty marked the third year of a joint-internship program between Vanadzor State University (VSU) and ATP’s Ohanian Center for Environmental Studies in Margahovit village. The mission of the program is to impart ATP’s vast experience and knowledge to the future professionals...READ MORE
15 Nov, 2020
The Bilezikian grafting facility officially opened in Karin Nursery on September 18, 2020, with a small ceremony attended by ATP’s Yerevan staff and the nursery employees. Under normal circumstances, a much more elaborate celebration would have marked this great advancement in fruit tree propagation...READ MORE
03 Nov, 2020
We, the environmentalists of Armenia and Artsakh, are compelled to speak out now to decry and condemn Azerbaijan’s deliberate use of white phosphorus to destroy forest ecosystems and protected areas of Artsakh, near the communities of Shushi, Martakert and Askeran. Many news reports, including...READ MORE
08 Oct, 2020
Empowering the ATP Community; Rooting for Our Homeland
Presently, Armenia is enduring a crisis as great as that experienced 25 years ago after the earthquake. The worldwide pandemic from COVID-19 has had a serious impact on Armenia. In addition, the attacks on the border...READ MORE
21 Sep, 2020
In August 2020 Armenia Tree Project launched an ecotourism program in Margahovit village and opened the doors to the 3rd floor guesthouse of the Ohanian Center for Environmental Studies for vacationers.
The Center was founded by ATP in 2012 and is described as a “living laboratory”...READ MORE