CLT Center Updates
Lots of new things to tell you about! We've got information about our newest publication from Terra Nostra Press -- Community Land Trust Applications in Urban Neighborhoods. We've posted an updated Bibliography of the CLT movement, compiled by our own John Emmeus Davis. Our Timeline of the history of the CLT movement now dates back thousands (and not just a few hundred) of years. We've added a new Interviews page, which contains written, audio, and video interviews with key people from the CLT movement.
Community Land Trust Applications in Urban Neighborhoods
The third book in our monograph series, with eight essays focusing on projects and uses of the community land trust in dense urban neighborhoods within larger cities.Read More
On Common Ground
On Common Ground: International Perspectives on the Community Land Trust is a collection of twenty-six original essays, written by forty-two scholars and practitioners from a dozen countries, tracing the growth and diversification of the international community land trust movement.Read More
La inseguridad de la tenencia de la tierra en América Latina y el Caribe
The first in our monograph series, which focuses which focuses on the pernicious problem of land tenure insecurity in Latin America and the Caribbean.Read More
Why Community Land Trusts?
Why Community Land Trusts: The Philosophy Behind an Unconventional Form of Tenure, is the second in our monograph series, with six essays exploring various ethical, political, and practical justifications for the community land trust.Read More
Timeline of the CLT Movement
The roots of community land trusts lie in the fertile soil of the US civil rights movement -- with precursors that go back to 1787 -- and now with branches spreading across the globe.Read More
CLT Hall of Fame
Every movement needs its heroes. It is seeded and spread by extraordinary people doing extraordinary things, pushing out the boundaries of what is comfortable and possible. The best and brightest are recognized here.Read More
New Communities Inc.
Often called the “first CLT,” New Communities Inc. (NCI) was an outgrowth of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, established to secure greater economic and political independence for African American farmers and their families.Read More
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.