Members: Register for Your annual Meeting
The California Community Land Trust Network will be holding its Annual Membership Meeting from 3:00pm to 5:00pm PT on Friday, March 22nd, 2024. All voting and supporting members are welcome to join.
We will be electing new Board Members, considering changes to our bylaws, hearing member highlights from 2023, and discussing Network priorities for the upcoming year.
Just Launched: Campaign Planning and Advocacy Technical Assistance
Applications are now open! This resource is aimed at assisting CACLTN member organizations with strategy consultations on subjects related to local or regional advocacy campaigns.
Topics may include educating elected officials, communicating priorities to candidates for office, relationship-building, bond measure strategy and more.
WHO WE ARE
The California Community Land Trust Network supports the growth of Permanently affordable, community controlled land and housing in California.
Our members span the state from Humboldt to San Diego, collectively stewarding over 1,500 permanently affordable homes housing over 3,500 Californians. CLT Network members fight the displacement of BIPOC and low-income families by keeping over $220,000,000 of community assets off of the speculative market and in community control. With 26 established groups state-wide and numerous more emerging, Community Land Trusts are a growing force at a time when rising housing costs are pushing our neighbors from their homes.
Together we can build
WHAT WE DO
— We Connect
We serve as a statewide hub for established and emerging CLTs to share resources, information, tools, and best practices.
— We Inform
We share information on policy issues of interest to California-based CLTs and allied organizations
— We Convene
We organize in-person statewide meetings for CLT staff, board and residents
— We Educate
We educate the public, our partners, and our government officials about Community Land Trusts
— We Support
We support the establishment of new and emerging CLTs
— We Find & Fund
We advocate for and develop resources for use by CLTs across the state