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ATC-sponsored virtual gardening series available until Dec. 31   

Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your horticulture knowledge and enhance your gardening skills. From now until Dec. 31, 2020, you can view any of the 11 ATC-sponsored virtual gardening seminars by Melinda Myers on demand. Each seminar is approximately 60 minutes long and includes a handout with additional information.   Since 2014, ATC has partnered with nationally known gardening expert Melinda […]

Baird Creek pollinator habitat restoration continues with help from ATC

The Baird Creek Preservation Foundation recently continued restoring 20 acres of native prairie in Green Bay with support from a $3,600 American Transmission Co. Pollinator Habitat Program grant. The funding supported the establishment of a one-acre pollinator habitat to attract a diverse array of pollinators, reduce erosion and improve water quality to the Baird Creek […]

Generation at Two Creeks Solar Park now flowing on ATC’s system

ATC has recently completed a $1.3 million project to connect 150 megawatts of solar energy to our transmission system. Two Creeks Solar Park the first solar utility-scale, renewable generation facility within ATC’s footprint. The completed facility is jointly owned by Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) and Madison Gas and Electric (MGE). Energy produced at the site will serve customers of both companies, with […]

Antigo, Clintonville and Port Washington add more trees with support from ATC

Three Wisconsin cities recently added more trees to their communities thanks to grants from American Transmission Co.’s Community Planting Program. The City of Antigo used its $800 grant to plant 20 trees in Remington Lake Park. The trees – a mix of oak, honey locust, elm and catalpa – combined with benches, an accessible pathway […]

Protecting Wisconsin’s most endangered reptile during construction projects

It’s National Reptile Awareness Day – a day to promote education, conservation, and appreciation for reptiles. Did you know the most endangered reptile in our service area is the small, thick-bodied eastern massasuga rattlesnake? This snake depends on wetlands for food and shelter and often lives in nearby upland areas during the summer months. Biologists […]