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The Bay Area Community Land Trust creates permanently affordable, sustainable communities of cooperative homeowners, to remove land and housing from the speculative market, and stabilize our neighborhoods.

BCLT works to serve the community by providing affordable housing for families and individuals, and through projects that maintain the special character of Bolinas that visitors and locals cherish and have fought to protect.

The Beverly Vermont Community Land Trust (BVCLT) will be the leading organization in Los Angeles specializing in permanently affordable sustainable housing for those who are dedicated to a lower impact life style and have limited access to market rate housing (including those with lower wage jobs, on fixed incomes, or with disabilities).

Located in the rural, coastal communities surrounding Tomales Bay, CLAM works to ensure the ongoing vitality and diversity of West Marin’s communities by taking residential property out of the speculative market.

CommonSpace Community Land Trust of Sonoma County, a newly formed 501c3 started in 2017, is committed to providing affordable housing and ecological land stewardship in perpetuity.

East Bay Cohousing is for people interested in intentional communities and creating ways of meeting our daily needs for shelter and livelihood through cooperative long-term relationships among peers.

Housing Humboldt (also known as Humboldt Bay Housing and Development Corporation) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing and managing quality, safe and affordable housing for lower and moderate-income individuals, families and seniors.

The Irvine Community Land Trust provides secure, high-quality affordable housing as a non-profit organization that acquires and retains land with the purpose of developing permanently affordable rental, ownership and special needs housing for the benefit of income-eligible families.

The Los Angeles Eco-Village Intentional Community consists of approximately 40 folks who have moved to the neighborhood to live more ecologically and more cooperatively.

Meadow Farm is a 28-acre property that was established as a Community Land Trust in 2013.  We are recognized as a non-profit-501(c)3 organization for charitable benefit.

NCLT is a Community Land Trust (CLT) that uses community ownership and control of the land in order to provide affordable homes and community facilities in perpetuity.

OakCLT promotes neighborhood stability and community involvement through the provision of permanently affordable housing and access to land. OakCLT also supports the development of open space, agricultural, commercial, and retail facilities that serve low-income residents.

PAHALI (Preserving Affordable Housing Assets Longterm, Inc)

We are a resource network for people of color interested in building intentional, healthy, and affordable housing communities in the Bay Area and beyond.

Saint Joseph Community Land Trust

Saint Joseph Community Land Trust provide shigh quality dignified, permanently affordable homes and supportive programs to Lake Tahoe’s low and moderate-income employees and residents.

The San Diego Community Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to create and preserve affordable ownership opportunities for working families that are otherwise priced out of the expensive real estate market in San Diego County.

The SFCLT is a membership-based, nonprofit organization whose mission is to create permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing in San Francisco through community ownership of land.

The mission of the Housing Land Trust of Sonoma County is to provide home ownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income families in Sonoma County while ensuring permanent housing affordability through the use of a land trust model.

THRIVE intends to raise the standard of community involvement in planning, neighborhood design, and local governance decisions.

T.R.U.S.T. South LA is a community-based effort that works to stabilize the neighborhoods south of Downtown LA, where increased property values and rents have pushed out many long-term residents.