Topic: Armenia Tree Project

BELMONT, Mass. — Since 1994, Armenia Tree Project (ATP) has planted 7 million trees in Armenia and Artsakh. The majority of those trees were planted by ATP’s forestry department, which to date has established 1,500 hectares of new[...]

WOBURN, Mass. — The Armenia Tree Project (ATP) announced recently the sponsorship of Ashtarak Park by the family of the late Robert “Bob” Semonian. This sponsorship is the realization of Bob Semonian’s legacy of cultivating[...]

By Alex Kew YEREVAN/WASHINGTON — Last month, I had the absolute pleasure of being invited to Armenia with the Armenia Tree Project for a tour of both the country and their tree operations. My family has been long involved with ATP and I[...]

YEREVAN — With the planting season to start in a few weeks, the Armenia Tree Project Community Tree Planting (CTP) team has been evaluating many sites in advance. One of the organization’s most visible programs, CTP distributes fruit[...]

WOBURN, Mass. — The 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[...]

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[...]