According to Anahit Harutunyan, the owner of the Sunny Food canned goods production in the Gharibjanyan community of Shirak Marz, their business is based on the principles of green agriculture: they create new good by using nature's harvest and wealth, without harming nature and sparingly using water and energy resources.
Having studied in Yerevan for about 7 years, Gohar Aslikyan, a specialist in education management, decided years ago to return to her native village, Berdavan, and contribute to the development of the potential of the youth of the border community.
Lilit Misakyan, “Through the children, the community too can see the advantages of green agriculture”
The intensive garden next to the secondary school of Balahovit community of Kotayk Marz is the place that unites the entire student body and teaching staff of the educational institution around innovative ideas of agricultural management.
Sonichka Bayramyan, “If you leave today’s work for tomorrow, you won’t have a harvest tomorrow either”
Sixty-nine-year-old Sonichka Bayramyan is from Voskepar village of Tavush Marz. The distinguished teacher who taught chemistry and biology in the village school all her life is also an experienced agriculturist. She says that parallel to pedagogy, she has always engaged in various agricultural activities: land cultivation, animal husbandry, and beekeeping.