Promoting Environmental Conservation in Armenia through Research, Education, and Public Involvement
The Acopian Center for Conservation Learning was made possible through the generosity of its benefactor, the late Mr. Sarkis Acopian and his family.
The AGBU was founded to help preserve and promote the Armenian identity and heritage through educational, cultural and humanitarian programs.
One of only thirty-four “biodiversity hotspots” in the world, the magnificent Caucasus region is teeming with unique life forms that are extremely threatened by habitat destruction and poaching.
Armenian Society for the Protection of Birds (ASPB) is a non-governmental organization which strives to conserve birds, habitats upon which they depend and areas of strategic importance to birds through active involvement of local communities using birds as important advocacy tool.
Armenia Tree Project is a non-profit program based in Watertown and Yerevan, conducts vitally important environmental projects in Armenia’s impoverished and deforested zones and seeks support in advancing its reforestation mission.