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In a recent New York Times article, John Cronin, Senior Fellow at the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, recalls his close friend Pete Seeger's contributions to the Hudson Valley. Also in the article is a video with Andrew Revkin, New York Times Dot Earth blogger and Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding at Pace.

For Seeger, Years of Singing and Sailing To Save His Hudson River

As much as he was known around the world as a troubadour of idealism, Pete Seeger was at bottom a plain-spoken citizen of Beacon, N.Y.

About 65 years ago, he built a one-room log cabin on a hillside on the town’s edge, hand-hewing the wood, laying down the stone foundation, eventually adding a bedroom for his wife, Toshi, and himself, always splitting the logs for the fireplace and wood stove himself. From that base, he worked to clean up the river that flowed nearby — his beloved Hudson, which was suffering death by pollution at the time.

John Cronin, the former head of the environmental group Riverkeeper, remembers spying a solitary older man about two years ago on the Beacon waterfront scooping litter into a plastic bag. When the man stood up he recognized the signature ramrod bearing of Mr. Seeger, his slender six-foot longtime friend.

Another time he spotted Mr. Seeger, bundled up against a sleet-laced cold, on a roadside in Wappingers Falls, holding up a sign proclaiming, “Peace,” making his own quixotic statement on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“Pete believed in the power of the individual,” said Mr. Cronin, now a senior fellow at Pace University and the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries. “If he thought it was important for people to stand up for peace, he did it himself. He wasn’t a celebrity who alerted the press.”

Mr. Seeger’s persistence led to a rejuvenation of the Hudson. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a professor of environmental law at Pace University and a leader in the river’s reclamation, recalled that the Hudson was so polluted that wooden boats from the Caribbean would sail up the river so that the water’s poisons would kill the bore worms that were damaging their hulls.

In the late 1960s, Mr. Seeger raised money to build a 106-foot sloop, the Clearwater, modeled on sailboats that plied the river in the 19th century, to educate children about the Hudson and its ecology. The consciousness-raising helped lead to the Clean Water Act of 1972, a federal assault on pollution.

Mr. Seeger lobbied for the bill by sailing the Clearwater down to Washington and serenading members of Congress. That effort and a host of concerts, pumpkin festivals and organizations have helped make the Hudson fishable and swimmable again.

While in the early 1970s a state senator was elected in Orange County, N.Y., with the campaign theme “Out of work and hungry? Eat an environmentalist,” candidates who hope to get elected now trumpet their environmental credentials.

Everyone in Beacon, a multiracial industrial city of 15,000 about 65 miles north of Midtown Manhattan, seemed to run into Mr. Seeger — at the post office, coffee shop or hardware store.

“Everybody knew Pete,” said his friend Connie Hogarth, 87, who was with Mr. Seeger when he died on Monday night at NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Center. “He was truly a local resident.”

When people stopped him to chat, he deflected any words of admiration to talk about something that was on his mind, like a coming politically themed concert.

“Think globally but act locally” was a motto of his, said David Bernz, a local music store owner.

Although the Clearwater project has a board of trustees and staff, Mr. Seeger remained engaged until the end of his life, singing free at other benefit concerts to raise money. He and his wife also used their own money to keep Clearwater going, said Jeff Rumpf, who was executive director of Clearwater from 2007 to 2013.

In recent years, Mr. Rumpf said, Mr. Seeger expanded Clearwater’s focus to embrace economic justice as well as environmental justice, advocating “green cities” where revitalization could lead to less poverty.

In 1978, he started an affiliate, the Beacon Sloop Club, where there are monthly folk jam sessions, to mobilize interest in the river’s restoration. A smaller sloop called the Woody Guthrie, for which he also raised money, is part of that effort.

Unless he was on tour, Mr. Seeger regularly showed up.

“He was the most accessible famous person in the world,” said Mr. Bernz, 55, who with his son owns Jake’s Main Street Music.

Indeed, the presence in Beacon’s main streets of a guitar store, music venues, restaurants and art galleries is testimony in part to Mr. Seeger’s sway.

Three decades ago, he felt that a garbage dump along the river should be replaced by a park and campaigned for it among local officials. The site is now a riverfront park with a children’s pool that in the warm season is filled with clean river water.

Most recently, Mr. Seeger felt the annual Martin Luther King’s Birthday commemoration lacked some spirit, so he began urging friends to arrange a walk in imitation of the civil rights marches of the 1960s.

The first one took place last week, with 1,000 people taking a mile-long walk from the Springfield Baptist Church through the town and back. Mr. Seeger was not well enough to join them, but the crowd sang anthems of the ’60s, more than a few of which Mr. Seeger wrote.

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