News from the CLT Center
WE'RE HIRING! The Center for CLT Innovation is looking for an Education and Outreach Manager.
HOT OFF THE PRESSES: We've just published our latest book, Reweaving the Tapestry of Tenure.
CLTs in the News
- MacKenzie Scott makes ‘transformative’ $5M donation to Houston land trust, Shawn Array, Community Impact, October 17, 2023
- Could a community land trust help Chinatown stay affordable? Organizers are trying, Helen Li, Los Angeles Times, October 13, 2023
- Could A Community Land Trust Give Locals More Control Of Lahaina? Allan Kew, Honolulu Civil Beat, October 11, 2023
- A Model for the Global South: Puerto Rico’s Community Land Trust, the Fideicomiso de la Tierra Caño Martín Peña, By Felipe Litsek and Lara Masetto. Translation by Cristina Fornara. RioOnWatch, October 1, 2023
- Brooklyn's Four Community Land Trusts Could Revolutionize Affordable Housing, Experts Say, Brennan LaBrie, BrooklynReader, September 18, 2023
- Future of Black-Owned Coffee Shop Is Bright Thanks to Rondo Community Land Trust, Jamie Ratliff, Black Enterprise, September 12, 2023
- San Francisco’s ‘real estate apocalypse’ has the attention of billionaire MacKenzie Scott—just look at her latest donation, Alena Boors, Fortune, September 11, 2023
- Homestead Community Land Trust Celebrates $10M Donation From MacKenzie Scott, Lauryn Bray, South Seattle Emerald, September 7, 2023
- Community land trusts offer a fresh take on housing development, Francesca Perry, Financial Times, September 1, 2023
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.