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ATP's 5.5 Million Trees Have Impacts on the Land and People of Armenia

A new pair of winter boots for a daughter, a denture from a husband to his wife, and tools for a young hairstylist to start a home-based business. These are some of the things the local villagers employed by Armenia Tree Project (ATP) are planning on buying with their reimbursement for working on an afforestation project in Tashir this fall. ... read more

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ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP Appoints Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager in Armenia

YEREVAN--Armenia Tree Project's Executive Committee recently appointed Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager of the organization in Armenia. Arthur has been with ATP since the 1990’s, most recently heading up the Community Tree Planting (CTP) program and serving as Deputy Director. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
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ATP's 5.5 Million Trees Have Impacts on the Land and People of Armenia

A new pair of winter boots for a daughter, a denture from a husband to his wife, and tools for a young hairstylist to start a home-based business. These are some of the things the local villagers employed by Armenia Tree Project (ATP) are planning on buying with their reimbursement for working on an afforestation project in Tashir this fall. ... read more

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ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP Appoints Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager in Armenia

YEREVAN--Armenia Tree Project's Executive Committee recently appointed Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager of the organization in Armenia. Arthur has been with ATP since the 1990’s, most recently heading up the Community Tree Planting (CTP) program and serving as Deputy Director. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
Sample Image

ATP's 5.5 Million Trees Have Impacts on the Land and People of Armenia

A new pair of winter boots for a daughter, a denture from a husband to his wife, and tools for a young hairstylist to start a home-based business. These are some of the things the local villagers employed by Armenia Tree Project (ATP) are planning on buying with their reimbursement for working on an afforestation project in Tashir this fall. ... read more

Sample Image

ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP Appoints Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager in Armenia

YEREVAN--Armenia Tree Project's Executive Committee recently appointed Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager of the organization in Armenia. Arthur has been with ATP since the 1990’s, most recently heading up the Community Tree Planting (CTP) program and serving as Deputy Director. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
Sample Image

ATP's 5.5 Million Trees Have Impacts on the Land and People of Armenia

A new pair of winter boots for a daughter, a denture from a husband to his wife, and tools for a young hairstylist to start a home-based business. These are some of the things the local villagers employed by Armenia Tree Project (ATP) are planning on buying with their reimbursement for working on an afforestation project in Tashir this fall. ... read more

Sample Image

ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

Sample Image

ATP Appoints Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager in Armenia

YEREVAN--Armenia Tree Project's Executive Committee recently appointed Arthur Harutyunyan as Operations Manager of the organization in Armenia. Arthur has been with ATP since the 1990’s, most recently heading up the Community Tree Planting (CTP) program and serving as Deputy Director. ... read more


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