Right to the Right-of-Way is a new electric infrastructure policy that augments the existing easement strategy by opening up the corridor to partnerships between Central Hudson and local environmental actors. It focuses on ROW J/311, a 26-mile transmission corridor, and the effects its regulation has on nonhuman species. Powering up Pollination utilizes the electrical and maintenance conditions of the ROW to rehabilitate populations of native pollinators. The Electric Avian Alliance replaces aging electrical pylons and creates an interspecies observation outpost. The Electro-Horticulture Lab buries the lines underground, allowing deer to cross the ROW, and explores conditions of electro-fertilized soil.