Week 1: January 6–January 11
Week 2: January 13–January 18
Week 3: January 20–January 25
Week 4: January 27–February 1
Week 5: February 3–February 8
Week 6: February 10–February 15
Week 7: February 17–February 22
Week 8: February 24–March 1
While at the Highland Flats 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.
The airport nearest the Highland Flats 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 the first day of each event, so please arrange your flight plans accordingly and ensure that you arrive no later than 3 p.m. For example, if you plan to attend the first week of harvest, from January 6–11, you should arrive at the airport in Spokane on January 5 before 3 p.m. The shuttle will depart from the Ramada Spokane Airport, and attendees should meet there.
After the event is over, the shuttle will return attendees to the airport, departing from the farm at 9 a.m. on Sunday. Flights should be scheduled to depart after 12 p.m. to ensure ample travel time to the airport. For example, if you attend the first week of harvest, from January 6–11, the shuttle will depart from the farm at 9 a.m. on January 12, and your flight should be scheduled to depart after 12 p.m. Due to limited space in the farm housing, attendees are required to leave on Sunday. If your flight does not leave until Monday, you will be required to find a hotel in Spokane for Sunday night.
If you miss the shuttle for any reason, you will need to make and pay for your own travel arrangements. If you plan to lodge elsewhere, you will be responsible for travel to and from the farm.
Please email your flight information or other travel arrangements, as well as a cell phone number for contact purposes, to Marcie King at email@example.com before December 30, 2013.
Clothing (please note that it is best to dress in layers)
Cold weather clothing and undergarments
Heavy working coat
Work gloves (two pair)
Long-sleeved work shirts
Work boots and socks
Shower shoes/flip flops
Sleeping bag (rated for -10º F)
Flashlight and batteries
Camera w/film or memory card
Towel and washcloth