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Paying it forward: ATC shares face coverings with local organizations in need

Though dealing with COVID-19 has its challenges, acts of generosity and kindness can be found all around us. To support American Transmission Co.’s essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hyundai Electric & Energy Systems donated 900 first-class industrial face coverings to us. Since ATC already had an ample supply of face coverings, we decided to […]

Village of Bristol establishes native oak savannah with help from ATC

The Village of Bristol removed invasive vegetation and planted nearly 50 native oak trees in the new Bristol Bay Park this summer. The trees planted were a mix of six different types of oak trees. The effort was funded with a $5,000 grant from American Transmission Co.’s Community Planting Program that was matched by the […]

ATC and Melinda Myers offer free virtual gardening series

Join gardening expert Melinda Myers for a free virtual gardening series beginning next week. This ATC-sponsored series will provide valuable insight into some key sustainable gardening topics. Each virtual gardening class will help deepen your horticulture knowledge, enhance your gardening skills, and provide a recipe for transforming any space into a more ecofriendly, productive landscape. Register […]

Iron Mountain improves tree diversity with help from ATC

The City of Iron Mountain’s Public Works department recently planted 18 trees along West A Street thanks to a $2,000 grant from American Transmission Co.’s Community Planting Program. The trees, a mix of linden and hackberry, are part of the City’s five-year plan to add more diverse trees along its streets. “We’re excited to add […]

City of Marinette adds to greenspace with help from ATC

City of Marinette Forester Todd Lapacz and several students from a Marinette High School environmental science class planted five landscape beds in the greenspace separating the Marinette High School entrance road and Community Recreation Center parking lot. Each bed included a center tree surrounded by low-growing, pollinator-friendly plants in the school’s colors. Three beds were […]