I'd frostseed the easements with some WI clover after the power company brush hogs the area. Then the power company will be mowing your clover plot every few years for free! From what I've seen deer really love the clearcuts when they are in the low growth stages. Also the deer will use the heavy brush for protective cover and browse in the winter. I think around most places the tree crews wait about 3-4 years before they return to the same easement to trim the trees again. I'd contact the power company to request a no spray policy on your land, and to see if the company has any programs for planting low growing shrubs or food plots. They might pay for some of your plot seed if you plan to maintain the easement yourself, or even spray the area in preperations for your plotting ideas. You might as well make the best of the situation when it conserns power line right-of-ways.
"Let a young buck go, so he can grow."