Intro to Community Land Trusts with School of Living [Webinar]
May 11, 2021
May 11th | 6:30-7:30pm Eastern
Intro to Community Land Trusts with School of Living
Join a one-hour webinar to learn about the nuts and bolts of School of Living’s Community Land Trust model and why Community Land Trusts may be the best land-holding option for intentional communities.
The purpose of the Community Land Trust (CLT) is to provide secure access to land for current generations and protect the land for future generations, while representing the interests of the larger community. School of Living’s (SOL’s) CLT model integrates Georgist economic principles, intentional community, ecological stewardship and education. SOL’s Karen Stupski and Herb Goldstein will walk us through the history of the School of Living’s CLT model, the Georgist principles behind collecting land rent, why CLT may be the best land-holding option for intentional communities and how the CLT model promotes sustainability and social justice.
Key outcomes of this workshop:
- What a Community Land Trust (CLT) is and the different types
- Brief History of CLTs
- How the School of Living’s CLT model is unique
- Georgist economic principles
Karen is a sustinability educator, grant writer, and communitarian. She currently serves as a faculty member at Goddard College and Development Director for the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, a watershed organization and land trust. She holds a B.A. in History and Science from Harvard University, a Ph.D. in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology from Johns Hopkins University, and a Post Masters Graduate Diploma in Organizing learning for EcoSocial Regeneration from Gaia University.
Karen lives at Heathcote Community, an intentional community dedicated to sustainable living, where she coordinates the permaculture education program. Heathcote is located on Piscataway land on 44 acres that are held in trust by School of Living.
Webinar — Intro to Community Land Trusts with School of Living
Date: May 11th
Time: 6:30-7:30pm EST (see your local time)
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