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    CMP frontier gallery 5/4/19 - Morning Sentinel file photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Kaleb Jacob stands on April 24 along Whipple Bog near Whipple Pond, where the proposed transmission line would be constructed. Jacob worries about the proposed power line's effect on fishing and wildlife in the area and the implications for tourism.

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    Duane Hanson inspects one of his handmade canoes April 23 at his homestead in T5 R7.

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    Zachary Boylan comforts one of his four goats April 24 as he describes the effect the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect transmission line would have on his fledgling organic farm on the border of Hobbstown Township and Upper Enchanted Township. The power line would run along the ridgeline behind Boylan and adjacent to his 46-acre organic farm, threatening the farm's integrity.

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    The New England Clean Energy Connect transmission line would cut between Grace Pond, seen April 24 in the foreground, and Attean Pond, background, in the unorganized territory of Somerset County.

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    A moose pauses in the rain April 24, looking for a meal on Grace Pond Road, where the proposed new England Clean Energy Connect transmission line would be constructed.

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    Zachary Boylan comforts one of his four goats April 24 as he describes the effect of the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect project on his fledgling organic farm, located on the border of Hobbstown Township and Upper Enchanted Township. The power line would run along the ridgeline adjacent to his 46-acre organic farm, threatening the farm's integrity.

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    Zachary Boylan, standing outside his cabin April 24 on the 46-acre farm that he's called home for the past four years, is angry about the New England Clean Energy Connect power line that would run adjacent to his property on the border of Hobbstown and Upper Enchanted Townships.

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    Zachary Boylan’s frustration is evident April 24 as he describes the effect the New England Clean Energy Connect power line would have on his fledgling organic farm on the border of Hobbstown Township and Upper Enchanted Township.

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    Zachary Boylan, standing with a couple of his goats April 24 on the 46-acre farm that he's called home for the past four years, is angry about the New England Clean Energy Connect power line that would run adjacent to his property on the border of Hobbstown and Upper Enchanted Townships.

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    A gray jay, otherwise known as a Canada jay, lands on Kaleb Jacob's hand April 24 on Old Spencer Road in the unorganized territory of Somerset County. Jacob, president of the Upper Enchanted Owners Road Association, a group of about 50 property owners in Upper Enchanted Township, said no one in the association backs the New England Clean Energy Connect power line.

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    Kaleb Jacob builds a fire April 24 along Whipple Bog near Whipple Pond, where the proposed transmission line would be constructed. Jacob worries about the power line's effect on fishing and wildlife in the area and the implications for tourism.

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    Kaleb Jacob builds a fire April 24 along Whipple Bog near Whipple Pond, where the proposed transmission line would be constructed. Jacob worries about the power line's effect on fishing and wildlife in the area and the implications for tourism.

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    Kaleb Jacob, a registered Maine guide, removes a tree downed by beavers from Spencer Road on April 23 in Upper Enchanted Township. The road leads to a snowmobile trail that connects to the homestead of Duane Hanson and his wife, Sally Kwan, who live in a remote area on Whipple Pond that will be near the path of the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect power line.

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    Kaleb Jacob, a registered Maine guide, stands on April 24 near his cabin on Coburn Mountain overlooking Grace Pond, where the New England Clean Energy Connect transmission line would be constructed.

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    Kaleb Jacob wades through a swollen brook that feeds Whipple Pond on April 23 on the way to the homestead of Duane Hanson and his wife, Sally Kwan, in T5 R7. Hanson has made his 65 acres of wild land his home for the past 40 years.

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    Duane Hanson waves goodbye to Kaleb Jacob on April 23 from the shore of Whipple Pond, where his 65-acre homestead is located.

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    Duane Hanson stands on April 23 at the edge of Whipple Pond, where his 65-acre homestead is located in T5 R7. The proposed New England Clean Energy Project transmission line would run along the opposite shore in the background.

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    Duane Hanson enters his workshop on April 23, where he crafts knives and other tools that enable him to live off the grid at his homestead in T5 R7. The New England Clean Energy Project transmission line would be an unwelcome visual intruder in his remote home.

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    Duane Hanson points to an area on a map on April 23 where the New England Clean Energy Project transmission line is planned to run. It's near the spot where he and his wife, Sally Kwan, live off the grid.

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    Duane Hanson checks on the ice in his ice shed that serves as his refrigerator April 23 at his homestead on Whipple Pond in T5 R7.

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    Duane Hanson and Sally Kwan point to an area on a map on April 23 where the New England Clean Energy Project transmission line is planned to run, near where they live off the grid in T5 R7.

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    Duane Hanson stands on April 23 at the edge of Whipple Pond, where his 65-acre homestead is located in T5 R7. The proposed New England Clean Energy Project transmission line would run along the opposite shore in the background.

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    Sally Kwan fills an antique wood stove on April 24 to heat the cabin and boil water at her and Duane Hanson's homestead in the unorganized territory of Somerset County.

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    Duane Hanson works on a drying deer skin April 24 at his homestead.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson pose April 23 at their summer kitchen outside their cabin on Whipple Pond. The couple heat their cabin with a wood stove and power their needs with two solar panels, but they worry that 100-foot-tall towers carrying power from Quebec to Massachusetts would overshadow them and the white pine trees that surround their property.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson pose April 23 at their summer kitchen outside their cabin on Whipple Pond. The couple heat their cabin with a wood stove and power their needs with two solar panels, but they worry that 100-foot-tall towers carrying power from Quebec to Massachusetts would overshadow them and the white pine trees that surround their property.

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