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Rhode Island

Church Community Housing Corporation CLT
50 Washington Square
Newport, RI 02840
401-846-5114
cchcnewport.org
cbelden@cchcnewport.org

Purpose: Affordable housing, economic development.
Governance Notes: Governed by the Church Community Housing Corporation Board of Directors. At least one-third of the board is reserved for residents of low-income neighborhoods, other low-income community residents, or elected representatives of low-income neighborhood organizations.

Community Housing Land Trust of Rhode Island
1070 Main St.
Pawtucket, RI 02860
401-762-0993
mlodge@housingnetworkri.org
http://www.housingnetworkri.org

Date Incorporated: 2005
Purpose: Affordable housing, economic development.
Governance Notes: a statewide non-profit membership program of the Housing Network of RI.

Housing Network of Rhode Island
Providence, RI

401-521-1461
info@housingnetworkri.org
housingnetworkri.org

Purpose: Incorporated a state-wide land trust to coordinate and support the efforts of members and others to provide permanently affordable housing options in communities across Rhode Island.

Southside Community Land Trust
109 Somerset Street
Providence, RI 02907
401-273-9419
sclt@southsideclt.org
southsideclt.org

Date Incorporated: 1987
Purpose: Provide access to land, education, and other resources to create sustainable community food systems.
Land Holdings: Owns or directly manages 21 community gardens in Providence, Pawtucket and Central Falls, and partners with schools, housing and community organizations to manage another 37; Owns or manage land used by 25 farmers to supply fresh fruits and vegetables to farmers markets, food businesses, restaurants, and CSAs; Operates three production farms in Providence and Pawtucket where organization practices and demonstrates bio-intensive, small-scale agricultural production; SCLT's garden network, a total of 86 agricultural sites,  produces food for roughly 1,200 people and their families every year.
Governance Notes: Board of trustees is not elected or tripartite; New members are interviewed, nominated, then confirmed by the existing board.
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Southside CLT's garden network, a total of 86 agricultural sites, produces food for roughly 1,200 families every year.
Garden plots held by Southside CLT.