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    Native wild fruit trees were planted in Gnishik settlement

    With the efforts of VivaCell-MTS and the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets, important and serious environmental processes have been recorded in different regions of Armenia for over 15 years. The partnering organizations implement tree planting activities as well, which have already been proved successful. The Autumn tree planting became an annual […]

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    Nova was caught on camera by FPWC

    An important and symbolic event took place on the eve of the event dedicated to the 10th Anniversary of the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR). In September 2021, a trap camera at the CWR area caught a leopard named Nova, which has been monitored in the CWR areas for a year now. The fact that the […]

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    Caucasus Wildlife Refuge is celebrating its 10th Anniversary

    The Caucasus Wildlife Refuge, the first privately protected area in the South Caucasus is celebrating its 10th anniversary. CWR was established by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets. FPWC founded CWR in 2010 aiming to conserve the unique and endemic biodiversity of the region; its aim is to contribute to efficient […]

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    Summer Camp program of Goethe-Zentrum Eriwan

    Recently, at the Eco Lodge in Wildlife Refuge, located in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR), we hosted a group of young environmentalists, who spent their summer camp here in our wooden cottages. Our guests from different parts of Armenia returned home with new friends. The annual camp organized by the “Goethe-Institut” took place at CWR […]

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    FPWC is attending the IUCN Congress in Marseille

    FPWC is attending the IUCN Congress in Marseille! Our team is hard at work to ensure the development of our programs according to the most priority needs of the field, and in accordance with the highest international standards of conservation and sustainable development. In collaboration with international partners, the Executive Director of the FPWC has […]

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    The FPWC team rescued trapped bear in Agarakadzor

    On August 24, the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets got an emergency call from Ministry of Emergency Situations of Armenia that a bear needs help in Vayots Dzor region. A 2-year-old brown bear was entangled in a net near the village of Agarakadzor and needs help. The FPWC team rushed to […]

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    Bear rescue operation in the village Yelpin

    On August 9, a case of poaching was registered in the area of Yelpin village, Vayots Dzor region. FPWC team hurried to the Yelpin village to help the injured brown bear. Specialists arrived at the scene and found a 3-year-old female brown bear. The bear was shot. Allready 3 days FPWC team and our international […]

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    “Goethe-Institut” annual camp in CWR

    Recently, at the Eco Lodge in Wildlife Refuge, located in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR), we hosted a group of young environmentalists, who spent their summer camp here in our wooden cottages. Our guests from different parts of Armenia returned home with new friends. The annual camp organized by the “Goethe-Institut” took place at CWR […]

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    Planted trees in Tigranashen and Gnishik communities

    The FPWC tree planting project since 2016 have already provided good results. In this photos are the wild seedlings planted in Ararat and Vayots Dzor regions. The trees have well adapted due to the high stickiness of the method we use. The FPWC team is hopeful that this trees will soon will become into edible […]

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    The FPWC team is preparing for the autumn tree planting

    The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) is preparing for autumn tree planting. Nurseries in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR) grow wild seedlings with special care, which will soon be found in the wild, growing into edible forests. As part of our reforestation program, we grow 4 species of wild tree […]

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