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Video: Community Land Trust

Jarrid Green

Jarrid Green

Researching equity and community control in the next system. more

Community & Place Democratic Ownership

CLTs are nonprofit organizations that acquire and steward land in a “trust” for the permanent benefit of low-income communities. This video explains what they can achieve.

Jarrid Green

Jarrid Green

Researching equity and community control in the next system. more

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Resident-owned communities (ROCs)—manufactured housing neighborhoods in which the land is community-owned and managed–are one of the leading sources of affordable housing in the U.S. This video explains their benefits. read more

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The commons are collective resources—encompassing things as varied as land, seed banks, and open-source software—managed by self-organized social systems under mutually acceptable terms. read more

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Land banks can acquire abandoned, foreclosed, and tax-delinquent properties in order to convert them into productive use. read more

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Community Land Trust

CLTs are nonprofit organizations that acquire and steward land in a “trust” for the permanent benefit of low-income communities. read more

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Green Bank

A green bank can help communities transition away from fossil fuels and build resilience against climate change. read more

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Community Benefit Agreement

A legally binding product of negotiations between a developer and community members who have banded together to safeguard their community’s interests. read more

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Resident-Owned Community

Resident-owned communities (ROCs) are manufactured housing neighborhoods (sometimes referred to as mobile home or trailer parks) in which the land is community-owned and managed. read more

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Limited Equity Housing Cooperative

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Democratic Energy Utility

Democratic energy utilities are nonprofits run by the public or community members in a way that enables their engagement in decision-making and distributes ownership. read more