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Topic - Cory Holliday
"If I were in the agricultural industry or the forestry industry, I would certainly be staying up at night doing everything I can to work around this and deal with white-nose syndrome," said Cory Holliday, a cave and karst program director at The Nature Conservancy in Tennessee.
Mr. Holliday said fungus levels in new roosting areas are relatively low in natural caves.