Lucienne Roh

Champex-Lac, Switzerland
Scientific and cultural mediator for the Flore-Alpe Botanical Garden and its Research Centre, CAP

Passionate about the links that bind us to our environment, Lucienne’s job at the Flore-Alpe Botanical Garden is to welcome the public, pass on knowledge and connect them.


I studied environmental sciences and specialized in environmental health, more specifically in the impact of the environment and food on health. Alongside my studies, I was a member of several associations for which I was responsible for event organization and communication. I’m particularly interested in the relationships between the different users of a territory, which led me to train as a ranger – nature guide.

Since 2019, I have been working for the Jean-Marcel Aubert Foundation as head of scientific communication and mediation for the Flore-Alpe Botanical Garden and its research center, CAP.

In my work as a mediator, I like to use participatory approaches to link knowledge and experience. I’m particularly interested in the traditional uses of plants and our relationship with them in the context of global warming.