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Game changer: Youth mountain biking offers participation for all

Think about the last time you attended a high school athletic game. There are the familiar scenes – the fans, the concession stand, the coaches, the players on the court or out on the field. But take a closer look. Do you see them? The players on the far end of the bench. Do they […]

Melinda Myers showcases how to Grow Smart® for pollinator migration

The Monarch butterflies have begun their annual migration from Wisconsin to central Mexico, where they will spend the winter. Did you know that Monarchs: …Fly 50 miles per day for approximately 1,500 miles to get to their winter home? …Need an abundance of nectar in the fall to supply them with the energy they need […]

ATC and Milwaukee Bucks team up for third year of Trees for Threes program

On Friday, Oct. 19, the Milwaukee Bucks will kick off the 2018-19 season at home in their new stadium, Fiserv Forum. While their ambiance is new, and not to mention, coach – one thing isn’t: ATC’s  partnership with them. This year marks the third season that ATC has aligned with the Bucks on the Trees […]

United We Care campaign full of fun and generosity

Giving to United Way is part of ATC’s commitment to the communities we serve. We just completed this year’s United We Care campaign, raising a total of $214,468, including employee pledges, special event fundraising and company match. This was a 16 percent increase over last year’s campaign. Working together with United Way, we are happy […]

Notes from the Field – Branch River Substation a haven for pollinators

Editor’s note: September in northeastern Wisconsin. Fall colors start to hint at future glory, native plants go to seed, providing nourishment for wildlife, while delicate asters and black-eyed Susans remain to offer bursts of color on the landscape. In wetter years, mosquitoes also make a bold stand and swarm alongside the butterflies and bees that […]