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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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Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation Plan Memorial Forest in Armenia
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Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation and ATP have announced the establishment of a memorial forest in Armenia in honor of Sosé Thomassian and Allen Yekikian. The young couple, who had strong ties in Armenia as well as throughout the diaspora, lost their lives as a result of a car accident four months ago. For every new “Like” on ATP’s Facebook page, five trees will be planted in the memorial forest.
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ATP Celebrating Twenty Years of Greening Armenia
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May 4 event at Huntington Botanical Gardens in LA will kick off festivities

To celebrate ATP’s 20th anniversary, volunteer committees are organizing events in Los Angeles, Boston, and Yerevan. The first of these celebrations will take place on the exclusive grounds of the historic Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California on May 4, 2014. Ms. Mugar will be attending the exceptional evening along with other special guests.

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