Vegetation Management & Wildfire Mitigation - Apr 9th, 2024
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Vegetation Management & Wildfire Mitigation

How Electric Utilities Run IVM and Wildfire Mitigation Programs
Utilities must prepare to operate in an environment where climate change poses an inherent risk to their vegetation management strategy.
The Utility Arborist Association is the premier organization for individuals and companies dedicated to providing professional utility arboricultural services. Members of the UAA and their employers have a commitment to maintaining trees and other vegetation...
Mon Power and Potomac Edison's $84.7 million tree-trimming program will help keep power flowing to customers by helping to prevent tree-related outages, such as those that can occur during the spring and summer storm season.

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The premier event of its kind. The Lineman’s Rodeo attracts the best linemen from around the world to compete in events based on traditional lineman tasks and skills. The first Lineman’s Rodeo was held in September 1984, with twelve participating teams from Kansas and Missouri. The Rodeo has grown to over 300 teams and 450 apprentices.

History has taught hard lessons about how powerline infrastructure can spark or contribute to a blaze, and the responsibility for wildfire prevention and protection rests with a wide range of stakeholders.
Saluting Branches, a non-profit organization that honors American service men and women by organizing volunteer tree and landscape care for the property dedicated to veterans, announced Renee Bissett as its new president.