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Henry Vilas Zoo and ATC partner to improve animal habitat

PEWAUKEE, Wis. – Animals at the Henry Vilas Zoo recently received a donation of roughly 10 logs and stumps for enrichment purposes, courtesy of American Transmission Co., Asplundh Tree Expert LLC, and some village of Oregon property owners. “We are so grateful to ATC, and their contractor Asplundh, for bringing their specialized equipment and staff […]

Hiawatha National Forest and American Transmission Co. develop first-of-its-kind operating plan agreement

GLADSTONE, Mich., and PEWAUKEE, Wis. – The Hiawatha National Forest and American Transmission Co. have developed a first-of-its-kind operating plan between a utility and national forest since the United States Department of Agriculture (U.S.D.A) Forest Service adopted a new rule to prevent power lines from sparking wildfires on public land. The plan will protect public […]

ATC, City of Stoughton, Stoughton Utilities and Hooper Corp. replace local osprey nest

When an ATC employee read a story in the Stoughton Courier Hub about a light pole with an osprey nest being removed from a baseball diamond at Stoughton High School, he kicked off a concerted team effort to provide the birds with a new place to raise their young. ATC contacted the city of Stoughton […]

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, […]

A perfect spot to nest

Last week, one of our crews found what appear to be Kestrel chicks inside a woodpecker hole on a pole that was scheduled to be replaced near Wautoma, Wis. The pole will be left in place until the chicks fledge. Great catch by M.J. Electric!