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
08 Apr, 2021
Aleksandr (Sasha) Mirzoyan works as a monitor for ATP’s Community Tree Planting program (CTP). He is responsible for organizing, overseeing and monitoring plantings in the provinces of Aragatsotn, Armavir, Shirak, Tavush, Syunik and Vayots Dzor. He has been working for ATP since 2015 and has...READ MORE
22 Mar, 2021
Armenia Tree Project has been awarded a 695,000 euro grant from the European Union to increase environmental protection and climate change adaptation capacities in Armenia's small regional cities and towns. ATP is the lead applicant of the grant, with the Jinishian Memorial Foundation and the...READ MORE
28 Feb, 2021
We are pleased to share our Annual Report for 2020!
We are proud to tell you that despite the many challenges we faced last year, we retained all of our 70 full-time employees, hired more than...READ MORE
26 Feb, 2021
ATP’s tree nurseries not only produce seedlings for ATP’s nation-wide planting programs, but also serve as centers where the necessary technical knowledge and skills to improve the overall propagation and quality of trees produced in Armenia are provided to both experienced and new agriculturalists.
15 Feb, 2021
Armenia Tree Project purchased a total of 40,257 trees from its backyard nurseries in the villages of Aghavnavank, Margahovit and Keti in 2020. Thanks to the Backyard Nursery (BYN) program villagers are able to nearly double their family income, attain more financial stability and avoid migrating...READ MORE
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
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