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Linden Cohousing (2016 – 2019)
Project manager of CohoMadison, a 46-unit mixed-income cohousing project incorporating permanently affordable artist studio spaces.

Troy Gardens (2001 – 2007)
Lead developer of Troy Gardens, an award-winning 31-acre urban infill project that includes a working farm, community gardens, a restored prairie, and a 30-unit mixed-income cohousing community. Awards/honors received include:

  • Home Depot Foundation Award for Affordable Housing Built Responsibly (2008)
  • AARP/National Association of Home Builders Livable Communities Award (2007)
  • Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Case Study (2006)

Camino del Sol (2001 – 2005)
Lead developer green built subdivision of nine single-family homes and two zero-lot-line duplex units. All homes were Energy Star certified and were visitable for persons who use wheelchairs.  Duplex units honored by Homes Across America for their energy efficiency, affordability, and barrier-free design.


Center for Community Land Trust Innovation:  Development and maintenance of website for the Center for CLT Innovation and Terra Nostra Press (2018 to present):

CohoMadison:  Development and content creation for the marketing website of Linden Cohousing in Madison, WI (2016 – 2019). Website no longer active

Land Tenure for Urban Farming:  Development of a companion website for publication by the University of Iowa Press (2016):

Roots and Branches:  A Gardener’s Guide to the Origins and Evolution of the Community Land Trust:  Development of the digital archive of historical materials tracing the origins and evolution of the community land trust, as both a model and a movement (2014 – 2018).

National Community Land Trust Network:  Overall coordination of CLT Network website from 2006 – 2010, along with development of all distance learning platforms.

Madison Area Community Land Trust:  Webmaster from 2001 to 2011. 

Troy Gardens Case Study:  Development and content creation for Moodle distance learning course, in collaboration with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in 2008.