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Armenia Tree Project Slideshow

  1. 1. ARMENIA TREE PROJECT Greening Armenia Since 1994 – updated 03/10/14
  2. 2. ) Our Mission ATP works to further Armenia’s economic and social development through planting trees. These new trees provide food, environmental benefits & opportunities for economic growth. Our goal is to assist the Armenian people in using trees to improve their standard of living & protect the environment. In so doing, we are guided by the need to promote self-sufficiency, aid those with the fewest resources first & conserve the indigenous ecosystem.
  3. 3. ) The Problem of Deforestation
  4. 4. 退 ATP’s Founding in 1994
  5. 5. ATP’s Nursery in Karin Village
  6. 6. ) ATP’s Nursery in Khachpar Village
  7. 7. Before After: Achapniak Planting Site
  8. 8. Before After: St. Anna Planting Site
  9. 9. ) Local Benefits of ATP Fruit Orchards
  10. 10. ) 2013 Fruit Harvest: 689,764 lbs @ 200 Sites
  11. 11. ) Environmental Education Programs
  12. 12. ) ‘Plant an Idea, Plant a Tree’ Manual
  13. 13. ) Classes at Ohanian Education Center
  14. 14. ) Field Lessons at Ohanian Center
  15. 15.   New ‘Building Bridges’ Program
  16. 16. ) ‘Building Bridges’ Program in Diaspora
  17. 17. ) ATP’s Mirak Family Nursery
  18. 18. ) Michael Virginia Ohanian Center for Environmental Studies (Margahovit)
  19. 19. ) Green Jobs Poverty Reduction
  20. 20. ) Some of ATP’s Program Partners The Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Foundation Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs UNEP Billion Tree Campaign Yale School of Forestry Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Earth Day Network WWF Caucasus Programme Luxury Properties Europe Synopsys, HSBC Bank, KPMG, Ameriabank Knights of Vartan Daughters of Vartan And, most importantly, you!
  21. 21. ) More than 4,455,869 trees since 1994 For more information please visit our website: www.armeniatree.org

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