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Armenia Tree Project - Greening Armenia Since 1994

Armenia Tree Project conducts vitally important environmental projects in Armenia’s impoverished and deforested zones and seeks support in advancing its mission. Since 1994, more than 4.5 Million trees have been planted and restored, and hundreds of jobs have been created for Armenians in seasonal tree-regeneration programs.

ATP works to further Armenia’s economic and social development by mobilizing resources to fund tree planting. These vital new trees provide food, environmental benefits, and opportunities for economic growth.

Our goal is to assist the Armenian people in using trees to improve their standard of living and protect the environment. In so doing, we are guided by the need to promote self-sufficiency, aid those with the fewest resources first, and conserve the indigenous ecosystem.

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Featured Appeal
What were we thinking? Our founder tells you in our 20th anniversary video
Our video, “Plant a Tree, Plant Hope,” includes interviews with Carolyn Mugar about the early days of our founding and with some of the people in Armenia who actually plant the trees. We’re sure you’ll agree it’s quite an uplifting message and a much-needed dose of hope and GOOD news. So for now, we’d like you to do two things: (1) Take a few minutes and watch this video; and (2) Make a special gift to ATP today.
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Featured News
Armenia’s Government Bestows Highest Honor on ATP for Its Green Mission
Supporters of the Armenia Tree Project turned out in full force this past fall to celebrate the organization’s 20th anniversary in Boston. A crowd of 500 enthusiastic guests young and old from a broad spectrum of the community showed up to mark the milestone.
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