Community Development

2011

 

Land Trusts in Maryland: Case Studies in Real Time

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Mon., June 20, 2011
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Baltimore Office, Baltimore, Md.

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Overview

Affordable Housing Land Trusts are the newest Maryland tool for creating permanent affordable housing. But how can this concept be applied? Will we be able to create Community Land Trust housing?

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Maryland ABCD Network, NeighborWorks America and The Annie E. Casey Foundation invite you to participate in a one-day workshop that examines four communities that have volunteered to be case studies. They'll receive technical assistance to help take the next step toward permanent affordable housing for their community. 

Experts from the Institute for Community Economics (ICE), Evergreen Consulting, Klein Horning LLC, and others will walk attendees through the outcomes of these case studies to see if Affordable Housing Land Trusts will really work in the four case study communities. The case study partners are:

- Frederick County

- Garrett County Community Action Committee

- Druid Heights Community Development Corporation

- Telesis Crop. & Neighborhood Partners, LLC

 There is no cost to attend and lunch will be provided. 

 

Audience

Affordable housing practitioners, realtors, financial institutions, foundations and local and state policymakers.

 

Resources/Presentations

Agenda

Case Study One: Frederick County

Case Study Two: Barclay-Midway-Old Goucher

Case Study Three: Garrett County

Case Study Four: Druid Heights

 

Registration

Deadline: June 15, 2011

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

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