Young Living Farms

Lavender Harvest FAQ

What is the Lavender Harvest?
The annual Lavender Harvest is a special time when Young Living employees and distributors gather to harvest fragrant lavender at the end of the growing season. Attendees work side by side with Young Living founder and CEO D. Gary Young at our St. Maries, Idaho, farm, learning about Young Living’s Seed to Seal® process and the timeless agricultural principles used at the farm.
Where can I go to register for the event?
Please visit to register for the 2013 Lavender Harvest.
When is the event?
The harvest takes place July 29–August 3.
How much does the event cost?

- $100 per person for general housing

- $150 for a two-person room

What if I decide to cancel my registration?
In case of cancellation, registration may be transferred to another person. However, due to the nature of this event and the expenses involved in planning for each attendee, no refunds will be permitted.
Who can attend the event?
All distributors 18 years or older may attend this event. Participants must be physically fit and able to lift 35 pounds, tolerate extreme temperatures, and engage in rigorous physical activities.
Where will I be staying during the harvest?
Attendees may stay at Young Living’s dorm housing units. The building complex has general housing areas with bunk beds and private, two-person rooms. The complex has electricity, running water, bathrooms, showers, washers, and dryers.
Will there be meals provided?
Young Living will provide three meals per day, along with fruit, water, and snacks. Personal snacks are welcome, but must be stored by the owner.
What should I bring?
Please bring the following suggested items:


Work gloves (two pairs)

Cold weather clothing and undergarments

Work jeans and work shirts

Work boots and socks




Shower shoes/flip flops


Swimsuit or board shorts for the hot tub


Flashlight and batteries


Personal toiletries

Towel and washcloth

Sleeping bag and/or blanket