This is a knowledgegraph of Sophie Strand's thinking based on YouTube transcripts.
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The Hudson River, a 315-mile long tidal estuary in the northeastern United States, is a majestic beacon of our relationship to the environment. Starting at the southernmost point of Lake Tear of the Clouds in the Adirondack Mountains, the Hudson becomes a vital artery for local culture, history, and ecology. Encounters with this living waterway bring a powerful sense of connectedness, as the river carries all manner of life from the deep and ancient depths of its inception to the ever-changing tides of its mouth at the Atlantic Ocean. It is a reminder of the ancient stories that are forever linked to this land, and of the fragility of life, within which we experience our interdependence and collective power.