Topic: atp

YEREVAN — According to official government reports, unemployment rates in Armenia will go up from 17.7 percent to 19 percent as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to alleviate the economic consequences, the[...]

By Jason Sohigian WOBURN, Mass. and YEREVAN — Speakers on several panels at Forest Summit: Global Action and Armenia highlighted a common theme that is at once alarming, and a call for proactive action and resources. This is the lack of[...]

YEREVAN/BOSTON — Armenia Tree Project (ATP) founder and activist Carolyn Mugar was honored at last month’s “Forest Summit: Global Action and Armenia” in recognition of her decades of devotion to Armenia and its forests. Mugar, an[...]

YEREVAN — On October 23, the inaugural Forest Summit: Global Action and Armenia concluded three days of insights and shared learnings from some of the world’s leading climatologists, forestry professionals, and political leaders in[...]

WATERTOWN — On Monday, January 7, 2019 there will be a St. James Armenian Church Men’s Club dinner meeting at the St. James Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center in Watertown. The speaker will be Jeanmarie Papelian, executive[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — In early 2012, Tom Garabedian was named the new managing director of the Armenian Tree Project (ATP), a non-profit organization founded to promote Armenia’s reforestation and[...]