Greg Rosenberg is the principal of Rosenberg and Associates, with a consulting practice in the areas of
– Affordable and sustainable housing development,
– Community land trusts,
– Organization assessment and strategic planning,
– Urban agriculture,
– Web development and distance learning.
Greg Rosenberg is the principal of Rosenberg and Associates, with a consulting practice in the areas of affordable and sustainable housing development, cohousing, urban agriculture – and all things relating to community land trusts. He currently serves as project manager CohoMadison, for a mixed-income cohousing project in Madison, Wisconsin. He is also the co-author of an upcoming chapter on land tenure for urban farming, with a companion website already available at www.urbanagland.org.
After helping found both the U.S. National Community Land Trust Network (now Ground Solutions Network) and the Community Land Trust Academy, Greg served as the first Director of the CLT Academy through 2011. Prior to coming to the CLT Network, he was the Executive Director of the Madison Area Community Land Trust (Madison, Wisconsin), where he was the lead developer for Troy Gardens, an urban ecovillage project featuring a working farm, community gardens, a restored prairie, and a 30-unit mixed-income cohousing project.
Greg has developed curriculum and taught workshops across the US (and in the UK) on community land trusts, sustainable development, fair housing, property taxation, universal design, and urban agriculture. He is a faculty member of NeighborWorks America, and is a blogger for Shelterforce Magazine. Greg is licensed to practice law in the state of Wisconsin, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.