• ACF Prom Area Climate Action

Stefanie Hildmann - Regenerative Land Management

Updated: Nov 17

Stefanie has learned the ways of building soil health in Europe, China and Australia. In our October webinar she demonstrated the capacity of good land management to drawdown carbon and help save the planet from the effects of climate change.


During the Q&A Stefanie is asked about her favourite texts. These are the ones she mentioned:


- The Wondrous World of Weeds - Understanding Nature’s Little Workers by Pat Collins - Organic Control of Common Weeds - by Jackie French - Weeds and Why They Grow - by Jay L. McCaman

- The Weed Forager’s Handbook - A Guide To Edible And Medicinal Weeds in Australia by Adam Grubb & Annie Raser-Rowland - How Can I Use Herbs In My Daily Life by Isabell Shipard


The agrohomeopath? Jean Belstead jeanbelstead@gmail.com


Apologies for the unstable connection at a few points in the webinar. If you'd like anything clarified Stefanie is very happy to discuss any aspects of the presentation with you. You can get in touch with her at www.stefaniehildmann.com



Tuesday night is PACA night!

1ST TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA GENERAL MEETING

2ND TUES OF THE MONTH - ACF COMMUNITY WEBINAR

3RD TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA WEBINAR, GUEST SPEAKER

4TH TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA CORE GROUP MEETING

We normally meet in FISH CREEK but in response to the pandemic we can chat to each other ONLINE via Zoom

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We acknowledge the Bunurong and Gunnai-Kurnai nations and show our respects to the ancestors of Country and the people living today of these tribal nations. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and there have been fundamental changes to their culture and will work to restore what we can. We can all honour these ancestors by caring for country and respecting the balance of nature that feeds and protects all living things.