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A Look Inside the Clearwater, the Ship That’s Empowering Youth on the Hudson

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The late Pete Seeger launched the Clearwater in 1969 in an effort to  bring attention to the toxic state of the Hudson River. Since then, it has provided countless young people from all over New York with life-changing experiences beyond sailing that help them become captains of their own lives.