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ATC, Milwaukee Bucks tip off fifth season of Trees for Threes

There’s great news for Wisconsin schools today. American Transmission Co. and the Milwaukee Bucks have announced our fifth consecutive season of partnership for the Trees for Threes program, which is deeply rooted in care for the environment and cause for the community. Here’s how it works: for every 3-point shot that the Bucks score at […]

Ozaukee Washington Land Trust creates native prairie with support from ATC

The Ozaukee Washington Land Trust is creating a native prairie and enhancing existing pollinator habitat within the Riverbend Nature Preserve thanks to a $3,250 grant from American Transmission Co.’s Pollinator Habitat program The Riverbend Nature Preserve, located in the Town of Trenton just east of West Bend, is one of the few large tracts of […]

Brewster Village, Peshtigo and Prairie du Chien add more trees thanks to ATC

Two Wisconsin cities and a county-run, skilled nursing facility recently added more trees to their communities thanks to grants from American Transmission Co.’s Community Planting Program. Brewster Village, a skilled nursing facility owned by Outagamie County, used its $2,500 grant to plant approximately 10 trees on its grounds. The trees—a mix of catalpa, elm, lilac, […]

ATC recognized by Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council’s Green Masters Program

For the second consecutive year, American Transmission Co. received recognition as a Green Master organization by the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Green Masters program. The Green Master designation is given to the top 20% of Wisconsin companies that apply. The Green Masters Program identifies nine key areas that define business sustainability: energy, carbon, water, waste management, transportation, […]

Green Lake Sanitary District restores pollinator habitat with help from ATC

The Green Lakes Sanitary District recently added 2,500 native perennials, 14 shrubs and several trees to five of the nature conservancies it manages along Wisconsin’s deepest natural inland lake thanks to a $5,000 ATC Community Planting Program grant. The native vegetation will help restore pollinator habitat to the Hammer’s Trail, Norwegian Bay, Sunnyside, Wick Preserve […]