Land Trusts

land: n., a part of the earth's surface marked off by natural or political boundaries or considered as an integral section of the globe; a country, territory.
trust: n., a legal arrangement whereby assets, property, etc., are put in the possession of a trustee or trustees to be held or administered for the benefit of another; assets, property, etc., held in this way.

PodcastsHeltman, John. "Marshall Plan: How to Fix Vacant Housing ". The American Banker, Nobody's Home, Ep. 9, December 2018. Audio, 44:57. Kjer, Tori. “Interview with Tori Kjer”. Interview by Michael Todoran. Larchitect, June 20, 2019. Audio, 34:18.

Texts an other related media

Bagdol, Alese.  “Property Taxes and Community Land Trusts: A Middle Ground.” Texas Law Review 91, (2013): 939-959.
Davis, John E. (Ed.) The Community Land Trust Reader. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2010.
Foster, Sheila R., and Christian Iaione. "The City as a Commons." Yale Law & Policy Review 34, no. 2 (2016): Excerpts.
Foster, Sheila R., and Christian Iaione. "The City as a Commons." Image. Yale Law & Policy Review 34, 2016.
Lander, Brad. “How to Avoid a Post-Recession Feeding Frenzy by Private Developers.” The New York Times, September 2, 2020.
Moore, Tom & Kim McKee. “Empowering Local Communities? An International Review of Community Land Trusts.” Housing Studies 27, no. 2 (2012): 280–290.