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Successful brush control programs effectively eliminate threats to electrical transmission reliability. Controlling incompatible trees and tall-growing plants also helps utility companies subdue the ever-present threat of wildfires.
The 2021 Trees & Utilities Conference has much to offer to utility vegetation managers and urban forestry professionals. This unique event provides multiple ways for industry professionals to learn, improve and engage.
Survey feedback from the Division of Extension at the University of Wisconsin-Madison shows that roadside managers across the state are adjusting their strategies as a result of roadside workshops conducted in 2019.
Stay on top of your game with this edition of Invasive Watch, which highlights the best ways to identify mimosa trees and prevent them from interfering with electrical transmission reliability and having negative effects on native ecosystems.
The height and density of incompatible stems directly impact the cost of vegetation management throughout utility rights-of-way. Using industry best practices to reduce incompatible stem populations provides multiple benefits to vegetation managers.