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Community Tree Planting
 
ATP’s flagship initiative, our Community Tree Planting program has planted and rejuvenated nearly 1,150,000 trees at more than 1,080 sites. Sites are monitored regularly to ensure the highest rates of survival and to provide technical assistance. About 4,785,000 pounds of fruit have been harvested from CTP trees to improve food security at public institutions and in rural villages.

Since 1996, ATP has operated nurseries in the villages of Karin and Khachpar, which employ Armenian refugees and provide 53 varieties of indigenous fruit and decorative trees. The nurseries serve as field research stations for state of the art tree propagation, grafting techniques, irrigation methodologies, and environmental education for students, professionals, and local farmers.

The CTP program has planted more than 70,000 fruit and decorative trees at over 80 churches around Armenia. One of the most prominent sites is Khor Virab Monastery, where ATP planted hundreds of trees in commemoration of the 1700th anniversary of Armenia’s adoption of Christianity.

One of our most visible programs, CTP provides more than 50,000 fruit and decorative trees each year to urban and rural communities throughout Armenia, and works with the local population to nurture those trees so they will bring multiple benefits in the future. The CTP program hosts dozens of diasporan visitors each year, who visit ATP nurseries and planting sites at public parks, villages, and institutions all over Armenia.
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape
 

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Copyright © 1994-2018 Armenia Tree Project, a project of Armenian Assembly of America.
All Rights Reserved.