Topic: Armenia Tree Project

BOSTON — Armenia Tree Project (ATP) has organized its first annual virtual wine tasting fundraising event on October 24, at 4 p.m. PST/ 7 p.m. EST via Zoom video conferencing. Anush Gharibyan O’Connor, winemaker, sommelier, and[...]

YEREVAN — Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and the American University of Armenia (AUA) Acopian Center for the Environment, organizers of an upcoming global forestry conference in Yerevan, Armenia, announced this week the event’s keynote[...]

By Ani Melkonyan MARGAHOVIT, Armenia — On June 15, Armenia Tree Project (ATP) opened the Charles G. Bilezikian Greenhouse in Margahovit Village, Lori. Attending the opening ceremony were the Bilezikian Family of Boston, ATP Executive[...]

By Monique Svazlian Special to the Mirror-Spectator LOS ANGELES — It was 25 years ago that Carolyn Mugar, an Armenian-American activist from the Boston area, visited Armenia during the difficult time after the 1989 Gyumri earthquake and[...]

BOSTON — On Tuesday, Mary 14, several members of the Armenia Tree Project (ATP) partnered with the City of Boston and Boston’s Parks and Recreation Department to hold a commemorative tree planting in Dorchester. Attendees at the[...]

WINCHESTER, Mass. — The Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and a group of volunteer ambassadors are organizing a benefit concert on Sunday, December 2 with the a cappella group Boston Jazz Voices. Boston Jazz Voices is an 18-voice a cappella[...]

WALTHAM, Mass. — More than 110 supporters, clad in their most festive and colorful attires, attended the inaugural Armenia Tree Project’s Kentucky Derby Watch Party at the historic Gore Place estate in Waltham. Party goers were treated[...]

WASHINGTON — “ArmComedy” benefit shows, co-hosted by the Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) and Armenia Tree Project (ATP), sold out in all three tour locations —Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Incorporating Armenian[...]

BOSTON — Tickets are now available for the “ArmComedy” performances in Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco hosted by the Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and Armenian Assembly of America. Political satirists Narek Margaryan and Sergey[...]

WINCHESTER, Mass. — The Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) will host the “ArmComedy” duo of Narek Margaryan and Sergey Sargsyan for their first-ever comedy performances in the United States.[...]