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    Duane Hanson and Sally Kwan paddle on Whipple Pond at their homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson drives down to mile 10 on Spencer Road in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019. Hanson has called T5 R7 home for the past 40 years. His intention was to find a place that was wild and accessible only by plane.

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    Duane Hanson listens to activists from indigenous lands in Canada talk about the devastation of sensitive lands and the negative consequences of mega-dam hydro power in Canada during a panel discussion at Preble Hall at the University of Maine in Farmington on Nov. 25, 2019. Hanson faces the prospect of his rural homestead in the Unorganized Territories of being disrupted by the New England Clean Energy Connect project that will fracture the wilderness near his home with a massive power corridor carrying power to Massachusetts.

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    Duane Hanson and his partner Sally Kwan stand with others opposed to the New England Clean Energy Connect corridor project at the Maine State House in Augusta on June 4, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson, center, talks with state Rep. Seth Berry, Democrat of Bowdoin, about the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect project at the Maine State House in Augusta on June 4, 2019.

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    The Maine House of Representatives argues a bill on the floor aimed at more analysis of the proposed New England Clean Energy Connect project at the State House in Augusta on June 4, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson, left center, meets with Roberta Benefiel-Frampton, right, director of the Grand River Keepers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, after a panel discussion on the negative impacts of HydroQuebec and Nalcor in Labrador at Preble Hall at the University of Maine in Farmington on Nov. 25, 2019.

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    Tommy Monias from the Pimicikamak Territory in Manitoba, Canada, holds his head in his hands as a friend speaks about the impacts on their land from "mega-dam" hydropower in Manitoba during a speaking tour at Preble Hall at the University of Maine in Farmington on Nov. 25, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson embraces Roberta Benefiel-Frampton, director of the Grand River Keepers in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, after a panel discussion at Preble Hall at the University of Maine in Farmington on Nov. 25, 2019.

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    Loretta Miswaggon, left, and Carlton Richards, both of Pimicikamak Territory in Manitoba, Canada, prepare to talk about the impacts of "mega-dam" hydropower has had on indigenous tribes in Manitoba during a speaking tour at Preble Hall at the University of Maine in Farmington on Nov. 25, 2019.

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    Roberta Benefiel-Frampton, left, discusses a plan for protesting the NorthEast Governors and Premiers meeting with Meg Sheehan, director of the North American Megadams Resistance Alliance, at New River Beach Provincial Park in Lepreau, New Brunswick, Canada, on Sept. 8, 2019.

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    Roberta Benefiel-Frampton, center, talks about the dangers of mega-dam hydropower during a protest of Nalcor, Central Maine Power and HydroQuebec in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, on Sept. 8, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson, center, laughs with his partner Sally Kwan as they walk along the East River near Sally's childhood neighborhood in Chinatown, Manhattan, on May 19, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson finish dinner with Sally's family in Chinatown, Manhattan, on May 19, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson walk the streets in Chinatown, Manhattan, on May 19, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson take a break along the East River in Chinatown, Manhattan, during a visit to Kwan's home on May 19, 2019.

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    The night sky lights up over the Hanson/Kwan camp at Spencer Lake in T3 R5, in the Unorganized Territories of Maine, on Aug. 3, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson talks with his oldest son, Yule, during a family camping trip at Spencer Lake in T3 R5, in the Unorganized Territories of Maine, on Aug. 3, 2019. The camping trip is an annual family retreat close to the Hanson homestead.

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    Sally Kwan hikes through what once was a logging road but now filled with young growth forest in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories of western Maine wilderness near the border with Canada on July 22, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson cooks up vegetables grown at his homestead during the annual Hanson family camping trip at Spencer Lake in T3 R5, in the Unorganized Territories of Maine, on Aug. 3, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson greets his grandson, Jensen, while snapping green beans with Sally Kwan at Spencer Lake in T3 R5, in the Unorganized Territories of Maine, on Aug. 3, 2019.

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    A humming bird hovers over a snack outside the window of Duane Hanson's cabin in T5 R7 in the unorganized territories of western Maine wilderness near the border with Canada on July 22, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson prepares to launch one of his many canoes on to Whipple Pond at his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 26, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson and Sally Kwan are reflected in the water of Whipple Pond during a sunset paddle in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan and Duane Hanson pose for a portrait at their summer kitchen outside their cabin on Whipple Pond on April 23, 2019. The couple who power their cabin from a wood stove and two solar panels worry they'll be able to see the 100-foot tall transmission line above the white pine trees that surround their property.

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    Duane Hanson hops in to his truck on Spencer Road in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019. The proposed power line corridor will pass across the road at this location.

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    Duane Hanson hauls 16-inch square blocks of ice from his pond in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Jan. 4, 2020. The ice will be stored in an ice house with saw dust to be used to refrigerate food throughout the year.

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    Duane Hanson hauls 16-inch square blocks of ice from his pond in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Jan. 4, 2020. The ice will be stores in an ice house with saw dust to be used to refrigerate food throughout the year.

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    Duane Hanson cleans his ice house of old ice as he refills his stash with new blocks of ice at his homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Jan. 4, 2020.

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    Duane Hanson checks the soil of his garden as prepares for the new growing season at his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan harvests some green onions from the garden for the night's dinner in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Sally Kwan packs up some fresh broccoli in the outdoor kitchen used during the summer months in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson checks on his crops at his homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019. Hanson and Kwan provide almost all of their food from the garden or hunting.

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    Duane Hanson enjoys a quick snack as harvests apples from his orchard at his homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    A ripe tomato waits on the vine at the Hanson/Kwan homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Cucumbers and squash sit in a homemade basket at the Hanson/Kwan homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson de-bones a smoked fish for lunch at his homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson presses his homegrown apples into cider at his homestead in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories on Sept. 17, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson harvests some garlic for dinner at his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 27, 2019.

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    T5 R7, MAINE - MAY 26, 2019 Duane Hanson prepares dinner over his wood-fired stove at his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 26, 2019. Hanson has two solar panels and one light. Cooking over the stove by headlamp is not uncommon. (Photo by Michael G. Seamans/Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting)

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    Duane Hanson and Sally Kwan prepare dinner at their home on Whipple Pond in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories of Maine on May 26, 2019. Using an antique wood stove, they cook dinner and heat the cabin.

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    Duane Hanson and Sally Kwan prepare dinner by headlamp at their home on Whipple Pond in T5 R7 in the Unorganized Territories of Maine on May 26, 2019. The homestead is equipped with one solar panel that powers a satellite phone charger and one light bulb over the kitchen table.

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    Duane Hanson prepares dinner over his wood-fired stove at his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 26, 2019. Hanson has two solar panels and one light. Cooking over the stove by headlamp is not uncommon.

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    Sally Kwan washes the dishes after dinner by the water's edge at Spencer Lake in T3 R5, in the Unorganized Territories of Maine, on Aug. 3, 2019.

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    Duane Hanson walks in to the sunset near his homestead in the Unorganized Territories in the north woods of Maine near T5 R7 on May 6, 2019. Central Maine Power officials claim this area to be scarred by logging. Hanson points out that he is walking on an old logging road that has grown in.

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