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
21 Sep, 2020
Teen Rediscovers his Roots Through ATP Fundraiser
John Aslanian is a high school senior with Armenian-Swedish roots from Guilford, Connecticut. John and his grandmother both celebrate their birthday’s on June 26th, and he wanted to do something special to honor his...READ MORE
12 Aug, 2020
At ATP, we believe that nature and people are integral forces that must work together to create a sustainable, healthy and non-threatening environment. Though we are devastated about the attacks that recently took place in our homeland, Armenia and the tragedy in one of our largest Diaspora community,...READ MORE
12 Aug, 2020
We are happy to announce that you can now enjoy your vacation at the Guesthouse of ATP's Ohanian Center for Environmental Education in Margahovit.
This past year prooved to us all even more just how important it is to reestablish our connection with nature, and we are convinced...
21 Jul, 2020
How tree-planting can aid the most vulnerable communities in Artsakh
On Sunday, July 12 , Azerbaijan’s armed forces started an aggressive military attack, targeting civilian infrastructures and population in the border villages of Armenia’s northern province...
14 Jul, 2020
26 Jun, 2020
Written by Jeanmarie Papelian, Executive Director
Welcome to ATP’s first online-only edition of Trees For Life. In the previous edition of this newsletter, I wrote that we were looking forward to meeting our supporters and celebrating ATP’s 25th anniversary this spring...
15 Jun, 2020
By Armenia Tree Project
As Armenia embarks on a 30-year plan to double its forest cover, it is important to remember that forests take many forms and can exist in a variety of settings. Providing tree cover in urban areas and along roads is an important component of reforestation. Urban...READ MORE