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Reza Ehsani hopes his heat treatment can give growers time until a permanent solution is found. Photo by Amy Green
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Search For Citrus Greening Cure Starts In Tiny Lake Alfred

Hundreds of researchers from across the globe are in Orlando this week to talk about one thing, citrus greening. It’s a disease that’s devastating Florida’s $9 billion iconic crop and threatening citrus worldwide. Some of the most promising research comes from tiny Lake Alfred, Fla.the global front line in the fight against greening.
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John Thomton and other Audubon volunteers count birds along Johns Lake. Photo by Amy Green
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A century-old tradition: counting birds

Audubon’s annual Christmas Bird Count — the world’s longest-running wildlife census — ends Monday. Tens of thousands of birders throughout the Americas take part in the count every year, including one group in Clermont.
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