Armenia Tree Project
ARMENIA TREE PROJECT was founded in 1994 to advance Armenia's economic and social development through reforestation--providing food, fuel, environmental benefits, jobs, and opportunities for economic growth.
Since 1994, ATP has planted and restored over 3,500,000 trees at over 800 community sites in Armenia from Gyumri to Goris.
Our goal is to assist the Armenian people in using trees to improve their standard of living and protect the global environment. In so doing, we are guided by the need to promote self sufficiency, aid those with fewest resources first, and preserve the native ecosystem.
ATP is a non-governmental organization based in Watertown, MA and Yerevan, Armenia. For more information, visit www.armeniatree.org.