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3 08, 2021

New Report Highlights Strategies to Expand Community Ownership through CLTs in California

By |2021-08-08T23:49:39+00:00August 3rd, 2021|CLT News, Community-owned Land|

OakCLT is excited to share a recently released report we helped create in partnership with four other grassroots CLT partners. Increasing Community Power and Health Through Community Land Trusts: A Report from Five Movement-Driven California CLTs highlights lessons learned from the work of Fideicomiso Comunitario Tierra Libre, THRIVE Santa Ana, T.R.U.S.T. South LA, Sacramento

11 07, 2020

Two New Resources on Innovative CLT Work Featuring OakCLT

By |2020-07-11T19:37:12+00:00July 11th, 2020|CLT News, Community-owned Land, Housing|

Check out these two new CLT resources, both full of great information for anyone interested in the practice of community and resident-led development on community-owned land. On Common Ground: International Perspectives on the Community Land Trust is a volume of 26 essays from CLTs practitioners, scholars, and organizers from around

26 06, 2019

New $12M Muncipal Fund for Resident-led CLT Housing Preservation Projects

By |2020-07-11T19:44:32+00:00June 26th, 2019|CLT News, Cooperatives, Housing|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 Contact: Miya Saika Chen mchen(at)oaklandca.gov (510) 238-7246 City Council Passes New Budget Solution to Oakland Housing Crisis: $12 Million Municipal Fund to Preserve Permanently Affordable Housing with Community Land Trusts New Preservation of Affordable Housing Fund (PAHF) Aims to Provide Affordable Ownership for Oakland Tenants Facing Threat

30 05, 2019

Why Tenants Should Be Given the First Opportunity To Purchase Their Buildings

By |2019-05-30T20:03:25+00:00May 30th, 2019|CLT News, Cooperatives, Housing|

[Note: This article originally appeared on the Shelterforce website here.] By Zachary Murray In late January, a standing-room only crowd gathered to celebrate a milestone that once seemed impossible. Exactly one year and five days prior to this celebration, residents and tenants of the 23rd Avenue Community Building (23rd Avenue)—a long-standing affordable, people of color led

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