Denman Community Land Trust Association

Denman Island B.C. Canada

Denman Community Land Trust Association

registered non-profit society August 2008

registered charity June 2009

BN 84223 0898 RR0001

DCLTA’s Past Events

(2010 – 2015)

“Don’t try to drive the homeless into places we find suitable.  Help them survive in places they find suitable.”

- Daniel Quinn

Contact Us:

Write to:

Denman Community Land Trust Association

c/o 4201 Nixon Road,

Denman Island, B.C.  V0R 1T0

E-mail us:

The early bird wins … the early bird.

To win, purchase your Phantom Ball ticket at Abraxas

July 24th to August 2nd or from

DCLTA at the August 2nd Market Day.

Tickets available at Abraxas


August 31 Market Day

click on poster for link to bylaws 204, 205 & 206

Feeding ourselves!

Getting more folks farming!

How could this be done on Denman?

One solution to the need for food security, the high cost of land, an ageing population and Denman's density cap (housing limit) is to allow more than one farmer residence on ALR land to accommodate affordable housing candidates who would be committed to farming the land.

The Rural Affordable Housing Project of the Denman Community Land Trust Association (DCLTA) is seeking input on this idea.  This project recognizes the need to preserve land in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) for

farming and to protect the needs of the rural environment. 

So what are the opportunities,

        stumbling blocks,

         necessary steps?

Interested?  Have ideas?

Have agricultural land that might support an additional family?

Please come & share ideas at the

Rural Affordable Housing Workshop

Denman Community School

7:30pm   Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Other ways to give your input/get information - contact the

project contractor, Jenny


Project funding thanks to Comox Valley Housing Task Force.

DCLTA Solar Power

PowerPoint Presentations

by Stephanie Slater and Dave Nead

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

at 7:30pm

in the Back Hall

DCLTA wants to share its research and offer a forum for further discussion. It is sponsoring a free public presentation Wednesday,

Nov. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Back Hall where Stephanie Slater will summarize the DCLTA solar research and Dave Nead, General

Manager of GabEnergy, will describe solar technology options

and how they are being applied in the Gulf Islands.