Report Examines Opportunities to Transfer Private Homes into Permanent Affordability

For the third consecutive year, a team of Tufts UEP Field Projects students partnered with the Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network (GBCLTN). This year, the GBCLTN Field Projects team focused on understanding the challenges and opportunities for private homeowners to transfer their property into permanent affordability. The project drew inspiration from the challenges facedContinue reading Report Examines Opportunities to Transfer Private Homes into Permanent Affordability

Field Project Teams Work on Community Land Trusts and Community-Shared Solar

  Tufts UEP’s Spring  2016 Field Projects addressed a range of critical issues that communities, municipalities and organizations face. The Field Projects class strives to bridge theory and practice by offering students the opportunity to partner with a community organization, municipality, public agency, or private firm on a project that addresses a real-life planning orContinue reading Field Project Teams Work on Community Land Trusts and Community-Shared Solar

Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network Launched

Tufts UEP Lecturer Penn Loh and UEP Field Project students have been partnering to support the Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network. A report by a UEP Field Project student team was released at the Network’s launch on April 27, 2016 — Building a Livable Boston April2016ver. The report outlines the potential benefits of communityContinue reading Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network Launched

Development without Displacement: UEP Field Project Supports the Formation of the Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network

A team of five UEP graduate students, as a part of the 2015 UEP Field Projects, worked with a nascent network of community land trusts (CLTs) in Boston to explore the value and possibilities for CLTs in the Boston area to promote development without displacement. The four partners the team worked with are the DudleyContinue reading Development without Displacement: UEP Field Project Supports the Formation of the Greater Boston Community Land Trust Network

CORE Summer 2015 Fellows Support Community Land Trusts in Chinatown and Roxbury

Editor’s note: Danielle Ngo and Ben Baldwin, two UEP graduate students supported by Tisch College and UEP to work with UEP’s CORE (Co-Research/Co-Education) community partners, report back on their 2015 Summer Fellowship experiences. Danielle Ngo Tisch Summer Fellow at Chinese Progressive Association I was a Tisch Summer Fellow at the Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) as part ofContinue reading CORE Summer 2015 Fellows Support Community Land Trusts in Chinatown and Roxbury