MOTHER's Newsworthies: Anne Labastille, Werner Erhard and Pete Seeger
Learn how Anne Labastille likes living in a log cabin in New York's Adirondack Mountains, Werner Erhard started the Hunger Project and Pete Seeger is working to restore the Clearwater.
Pete Seeger is one of the original promoters of the Clearwater, a 76-foot Hudson River sloop replica that sails up and down the Hudson. He focuses public attention on the need for that river to run clean again.
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Anne LaBastille works as an ecological consultant, lecturer, writer, and photographer. She also lives in a log cabin on the shore of an isolated lake in New York's Adirondack Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town.
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Werner Gerhard started The Hunger Project to bring about the end of starvation within 20 years.