Our community engagement department has received 456 questions this year and tries to get as many answers to listeners as they can find. Thanks to feedback we’ve issued clarifications, updated details, and followed up on 19 stories. Here's one example of how community feedback informed and improved our coverage.
Listener Anne S. wrote in with the following question:
Architect Ross Chapin used the term Community Land Trust. Exactly what is that? Can people own equity in their homes? Equity they can pass on to their families? Where around here are Community Land Trusts and how do they work, given your description of what a community land trust actually is?
Thank you sooo much!! Very helpful. Very much appreciated!! Happy to participate with you connecting with us in a back & forth manner, not only treating us as audience. Blessings & gratitude for all your excellent work!!
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