INDUSTRY'S BEST
INDUSTRY'S BEST
Meet the 2020 Citrus Hall of Fame Inductees
ERIKA ALDRICH

THE CITRUS HALL OF FAME has announced its latest round of inductees to add to the long list of distinguished individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Florida citrus industry. The Citrus Hall of Fame was started in 1962 to pay homage to the great contributors of Florida citrus. It has continued year after year in its mission to “recognize those distinguished leaders that have made significant contributions to the industry and to preserve and share the rich heritage of Florida citrus.” It’s currently located in the Sarah D. and L. Kirk McKay, Jr. Archives Center building at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida.

This year’s inductees have made great strides for the Florida citrus industry, from research and working in groves to expansion of the industry and leadership in numerous organizations committed to the success of Florida citrus. Explore the commitment and contributions to the Florida citrus industry of this year’s three inductees into the Citrus Hall of Fame.

This year’s inductees have made great strides for the Florida citrus industry, from research and working in groves to expansion of the industry and leadership in numerous organizations committed to the success of Florida citrus. Explore the commitment and contributions to the Florida citrus industry of this year’s three inductees into the Citrus Hall of Fame.

FRANK E. GARDNER

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January 2020