Alicia Lamborn is the County Extension Director and Environmental Horticulture Agent for UF/IFAS Extension Baker County. Having degrees in Landscape and Nursery Horticulture (B.S.) and Agriculture Education and Communication (M.S.), her Extension programming focuses on promoting environmentally friendly gardening practices for landscapes and edible gardens.
Alicia enjoys experiential learning and established the Baker County Arboretum and Teaching Garden to replace classroom lessons with outdoor, hands-on instruction. Alicia also coordinates the Baker County Master Gardener Volunteer Program and provides 4-H programming to teach youth about plant science, entomology and environmental stewardship.
Alicia has received numerous awards for her Extension programming and was presented with the National Association of County Agriculture Agents Achievement Award in 2017.