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Celebrating 40 Years and a Look Back at How CHT Started

Posted on May 9, 2024 By

Champlain Housing Trust is 40 years old! We are thrilled to share a look back highlighting how we got started and the lasting change we’ve made in this video by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which researches and recommends creative approaches to land as a solution to economic, social, and environmental challenges. Then as […]

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Video Highlights Burlington’s Approach to Affordable Housing

Posted on December 4, 2023 By

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which researches and recommends creative approaches to land as a solution to economic, social, and environmental challenges, released a video and a case study that highlights how Champlain Housing Trust got started and the crucial role and timing that affordable housing strategies, community leadership and engagement, and innovative policies […]

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How You Can Get Involved This Summer

Posted on May 12, 2022 By

Now that spring is here and it’s getting warmer out, we want to highlight a few opportunities that are available to Champlain Housing Trust residents this summer. First, in March we welcomed Kristen Ciambella as our new Resident Engagement Manager. She will be coordinating the programs highlighted below, so if you have questions about what’s available […]

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Annual Resident Survey Results

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One of the differences with living in a Champlain Housing Trust apartment is the relationship we have with our residents. We conduct an annual survey to understand how we’re doing from our residents’ perspectives, and to identify ways in which we can better engage with people living in our housing and what we can do […]

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CEO Michael Monte Meets with Vermont Senate Delegation

Posted on April 13, 2022 By

Affordable Housing Colchester, Vermont

I recently had the opportunity to be with Vermont’s two Senators. Senator Patrick Leahy and Senator Bernie Sanders. The conversation with Bernie was with other housing leaders across the State, where we discussed the range of issues impacting housing and the possible responses that were underway and that were needed, including the importance of shared […]

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