Welcome Jenn Miranda to the Board!

We are pleased to announce the addition of another voice to our Board of Directors: Jenn Miranda. Jenn was inducted at our Q1 meeting in 2021 as a General Board Member.

Jenn is an amateur farmer, plant lover, and mental wealth enthusiast. As a mindfulness mentor and certified yoga/meditation instructor, Jenn is on a mission to help others enhance the quality of their lives. Her passion for sustainability not only of the health and happiness of others but also of the planet are her driving force for being part of Revive EcoVillage.

You can learn more about Jenn on her Instagram or Website.

The Board of Directors accept rolling applications and review them as they are received. Our minimum number of Directors is 3, and we have no maximum number. If you are interested in volunteering your time on the Board, please Contact Us or fill out our Online Application.

We’re Official!

After months of fervent work, The Landerholmstead became Incorporated as a Washington State nonprofit on March 8, 2017!

Here’s an excerpt from our Articles of Incorporation:

“The specific purpose of the Corporation is to develop self-sufficient, alternative housing operations which offer homes, work, natural resources, and food to any individual willing to contribute to the functionality of the homestead: such as students, travelers, and formerly homeless… By developing productive community farms, the Corporation serves both global and local communities.”

This momentous juncture means we have attained the legitimacy we need to delve into our mission and serve our community. It also means we are one huge step closer to federal nonprofit designation from the IRS! Their process is lengthy and expensive, so we are using this exciting time to finalize infrastructure and governing documents before applying for 501(c)3 status.

We are committed to an organizational structure that reflects our values, which means shared power at every level. Even the Board of Directors has representation from our membership, a non-traditional structure that we are proud to pioneer.

Currently we are seeking interested persons to fill Board of Director roles and mid-level management. Applications can be found here:

Both are volunteer positions, and time commitments vary depending on the role (generally less than 10 hours/month to start). Management will have paid positions in the future, however – as a startup and a nonprofit – we will not be able to offer retroactive pay. These positions can be performed remotely if you are not near Seattle!

If interested, please fill out an application (in the links above) and email to: landerholmstead@gmail.com. We are happy to answer any questions about specific positions (or anything else!) if you contact us here.

We expect to begin accepting members by January 2018, and introductory membership will be free! 


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