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    Food forest to be created in CWR

    On April 3, 2016, FPWC has organized a tree-planting in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR) in frames of the project “Showcasing the conservation and community benefits of the CWR”. The main component of the project is creating a food forest in the Refuge. The concept is based on classical principles of arboriculture. Forest gardens mimic […]

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    Brigitte Bardot: Armenia is the image of a progressive country

    The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) with the support of Brigitte Bardot Fondation and the RA Ministry of Nature Protection will implement the transfer of two bears, which were brought to Yerevan from the Gyumri private zoo, to Libearty Bear Sanctuary in Romania on March 23 of the current year. […]

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    Let’s Talk Paper: FPWC kicks off AGBU Green Talks

    Eat, Sleep, Recycle; Recycle today for a better tomorrow; these and a dozen of other slogans laced the FPWC’s Let’s Talk Paper workshop which marked the start of the Green Talks series initiated by the AGBU. Paper saving, recycling and reuse: the FPWC team talked about the creative ways of implementation of all these tips […]

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    FPWC Clarifies

    On March 10, around 8:30 pm. Artyom Avetisyan from Ararat marz Aralez village, with a group of friends in a state of alcohol intoxication has illegally accessed the territory of the FPWC privately protected area of the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR). A. Avetisyan then got over the fence around the locked cages of the lions […]

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    FPWC attends a workshop on nature conservation issues at the island of Vilm, Germany

    From February 29th to March 3rd, the FPWC attended a workshop focusing on the sustainable use of natural resources, their governance and policy integration, with special focus on the management of protected areas, which was organized by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation at the island of Vilm. The workshop has been attended by […]

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    Women for Nature Project Launched

    FPWC has launched a new project entitled Women for Nature in Urtsadzor, Shaghap and Lanjanist communities of Ararat region. The project is funded by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). The project beneficiaries will take training courses in Eco-tourism, Marketing of homemade products and Sustainable management of small business. The curricula have […]

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    Joint Project of FPWC and FFI Successfully Completed

    On February 26th, 2016, the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) along with its partner Fauna & Flora International (FFI) summarized the results of main findings and recommendations for the project Assessment of Wildlife Trade in Armenia at the joint workshop. The workshop was attended by the representatives of local and […]

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    Wildlife Rescue Centre to be established in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

      A press conference on “Gyumri Private Zoo Animals. The Current Situation and the Future Plans” was organized on the initiative of the Foundation for Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) in “Armenpress” news agency press club on February 25. The list of the speakers taking part in the press conference included FPWC Founder […]

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    FPWC’s environmental education projects featured in a thematic conference

      On February 17, 2016 the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) participated at Conference entitled “Environmental Education in Armenia: Current Situation and Future Prospects”. The FPWC Deputy Director Eva Martirosyan presented FPWC’s key environmental education projects such as SunChild Eco-Clubs Network – the first alternative environmental education network in Armenia, […]

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    CWR to become a contemporary art platform

      From 16 to 17 February the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR) Eco-Center hosted contemporary artists, as a start of interest-based partnership between the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and the Inknagir Literary Club. The two organizations have joined their forces to organize Talking Tree Project together at the CWR. The […]

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