PlantRight welcomes Alex Stubblefield as new plant manager
Alex Stubblefield

PlantRight welcomes Alex Stubblefield as new plant manager

Stubblefield joined the company in October and has a vast background in managing ornamental and native California plants.


Per an announcement from PlantRight, Alex Stubblefield has joined the company as its new project manager. Stubblefield holds a bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems from UC Davis (2015), along with an associate degree in Biological and Natural Sciences from Sierra College (2013).

At Sierra College she was a docent of the Natural History Museum where she led tours of the exhibits and the nature trail. At UC Davis, Stubblefield was an intern with the Arboretum Ambassador program where she learned about ornamental and native Californian plants. She was also a lead farmer at the UC Davis Student Farm tending to the mixed fruit and vegetable crops. While in Davis, she was also on staff with the Davis Farmers Market as the waste program coordinator and worked side jobs with several of the vendors.

More recently, Stubblefield was the community garden coordinator at Google’s Headquarters in Mountain View, California. In this role, she maintained and taught about edible gardens, and she oversaw the management of the campus’ Green Loop which provided beautiful scenery and protective habitat for wildlife.

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