Much of the battle over the Northern Pass hydro-electric project has focused on cutting a new route through the forests of the North Country.
Northern Pass intends to use 140 miles of existing right of way for much of the remainder of the project.
That may not be as easy as it sounds.
NHPR's Chris Jensen reports.
It takes maybe five minutes – including crossing a large brook on a narrow board – for Kris Pastoriza to reach the right-of-way that cuts through her wooded land in Easton.