Young Living Farms

Join Us At The 2013 Lavender Harvest!

The time for the annual Lavender Harvest at our St. Maries, Idaho, farm is near! Each year we celebrate the end of the growing season by harvesting fragrant lavender that will be distilled and bottled as pure and potent essential oil. Join Young Living Founder and CEO D. Gary Young 29 July – 3 August for this amazing experience!
At the harvest, you will have the opportunity to:
Work alongside and learn from Gary Young as you participate in Young Living’s unique Seed to Seal® process
Play an integral role as we harvest, process, prepare and distil precious botanicals into essential oils
Work with other passionate distributors and create lasting friendships and memories
Discover a new, deeper appreciation of Young Living’s commitment to quality and authenticity


The cost to attend the harvest is $100 per person in our general housing or $150 for a two-person room. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, so register now by clicking here!

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. Registrations must be transferred before 15 July 2013.


While at the St. Maries farm, attendees may stay in one of our dorm housing units. The building complex has electricity and running water and includes bathrooms, showers, washers and dryers.

Young Living will provide three meals per day. Fruit, water and some snacks will also be available throughout the day. Personal snacks are welcome but must be stored by the owner.

Travel Arrangements

The airport nearest the St. Maries farm is the Spokane International Airport in Spokane, Washington. Young Living will provide a complimentary shuttle service from that airport to the farm that departs at 4 p.m. on 29 July. Please arrange your flight plans accordingly and ensure that you arrive no later than 3 p.m. The shuttle will depart from the Ramada Spokane Airport, and attendees should meet there. Please email your flight information to before 15 July 2013.

After the event is over, the shuttle will return attendees to the airport, departing from the farm at 9 a.m. on the last day. Flights should be scheduled to depart after 12 p.m. to ensure ample travel time to the airport.

If the shuttle is missed for any reason, you will need to make and pay for your own travel arrangements. If you're not planning on staying at the farm housing, you will be responsible for travel to and from the farm. Please email if you are driving to the harvest or will be staying away from the farm.

What to Bring

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
Fingernail brush
Towel and flannel
Sleeping bag and/or blanket

Work Assignments

All duties at the harvest will be assigned. In order to request a specific duty, please email and the request will be taken into consideration. All requests will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis, and assignments will be given upon arrival at the farm.


All distributors over the age of 18 may attend this event. Participants must be physically fit and able to lift 16kg, tolerate extreme temperatures and engage in rigorous physical activities.
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