Updates from the CLT Center
Announcing World CLT Day 2022, to be held on October 28th and 29th -- here are all the details!
Just released from Terra Nostra Press: Community Matters: Conversations with Reflective Practitioners about the Value and Variety of Resident Engagement in CLTs. Download the introduction for free!
CLTs in the News
- Sogorea Te' Land Trust and City of Oakland Announce Plan to Return Land to Indigenous Stewardship, City of Oakland, September 8, 2022
- Vancouver Signs Deal to Turn Former Site of Hogan’s Alley into Community Land Trust, Alex Bozikovic, The Globe and Mail, September 8, 2022
- First Law of Its Kind Outlines Provisions to Establish Community Land Trusts in Brazil, Favela-CLT Project, RioOnWatch, August 31, 2022
- Community Land Trusts: Research reveals benefits of an affordable housing model that could help ease the housing crisis, Clark Merrefield, The Journalist's Resource (Harvard Kennedy School), August 15, 2022
- A Community Land Trust Takes Root in the Bronx, Abigail Nehring, The Riverdale Press, July 15, 2022
- Land Power: Sustaining a community land trust requires radical commitment to housing justice and local self-determination — not to mention real estate savvy and political diplomacy, Cassim Shepard, Places, July 2022
- Community Land Trusts Could Unblock Britain’s Housebuilding Jam, Ben Everitt MP, ConservativeHome, June 29, 2022
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The Center for Community Land Trust Innovation is a not-for-profit nongovernmental organization established in 2018 to promote and to support community land trusts and similar strategies of community-led development on community-owned land in countries throughout the world.
The Center provides the following services: (a) collecting and curating historical materials documenting the origins and evolution of the worldwide CLT movement; (b) conducting, cataloging, and disseminating academic and non-academic research; (c) producing case studies, directories, guides, and other educational materials; and (d) providing training, referral, and technical assistance for organizers and practitioners working with CLTs and similar strategies for the equitable and sustainable development of place-based communities.
The Center publishes books and monographs under its trademarked imprint: Terra Nostra Press.