ATC, Milwaukee Bucks celebrate third year of Trees for Threes program
In culmination of this season’s Trees for Threes program, American Transmission Co. and the Milwaukee Bucks planted four trees May 14 at Milwaukee Public Schools’ Milwaukee School of Languages. The four trees are part of the 573 trees that will be planted at schools across the state.
The 573 trees were donated by ATC through the Trees for Threes program, which is in its third season. One tree was donated for every three-pointer the Bucks made at Fiserv Forum during the regular season.
Milwaukee School of Languages students who achieved high attendance rates were guests at the event and helped plant the trees, which were locally-sourced from Johnson’s Nursery in Menomonee Falls.
A total of 259 schools across the state will receive a combined total of 573 trees. Since the program began in 2016, ATC has donated 1,271 trees throughout Wisconsin. Click here more information about the program, or to see a full list of the 259 schools.
A photo gallery from the event can be viewed below.