In order to keep our members safe from possible exposure to the COVID-19 virus, the Spring Planting festivities at the Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery have been canceled for 2020. We will see you in 2021!
Join us for Young Living’s annual Spring Planting at the Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery!
Alongside your team members, you’ll share in our dedication to producing the purest essential oils available. Work hard, laugh loud, and see firsthand what sets Young Living apart.
Here’s what you can look forward to at the harvest:
Learning sustainable, time-tested cultivation methods
Connecting with nature
Discovering a greater appreciation for Young Living’s commitment to quality
Heading out on a river-rafting adventure
Making new friends and lasting memories
Young Living Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery
The Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery in Naples, Idaho, is home to one of the world’s largest essential oil distilleries. Some of our most popular woodsy oils are produced here, including Idaho Grand Fir, Idaho Blue Spruce, and Cedarwood, along with oils from other conifer trees. This distillery, once our first steam-operated one, is now fully automated and uses the most advanced technology available, modernizing the essential oil production process and making it more efficient than ever.
Registration opens on February 7 at 4 p.m., MT, and closes on April 24 at 4 p.m., MT. The cost to reserve five days in cabins with bunk beds is $8,000 for a group of up to 25 people. Members may reserve either one of these planting sessions:
Week 1: May 4-9
Week 2: May 11-16
Five-day facility rental
Raindrop Technique® training
An exciting river-rafting trip
A day trip to the St. Maries Lavender Farm
Members and their party will be responsible for the following:
Airfare and/or driving costs
All meal preparation
Cleaning the facility
Space is limited, so register now to secure your spot!
2020 Spring Planting agenda*
*Schedule is subject to change based on weather conditions and terrain.
|After 3 p.m.|| Arrival|
|5-7 p.m.||Dinner at farm or before arrival|
|8-9 p.m.||Safety meeting/sign-in/settle in/hot tubs|
|9 a.m.-noon||Planting at the farm|
|Noon-2 p.m. ||Lunch|
|2-5 p.m.||Distillation the Seed to Seal way|
|7-8 p.m.||Optional training by group leader|
|8-10 p.m.||Free time|
|9 a.m.-noon||Tree planting at the farm|
|2-5 p.m.||Raindrop Technique massage training |
|7-9 p.m.||Raindrop Technique massage training|
|7-9 a.m. ||Breakfast|
|9 a.m.-noon ||Visit to St. Maries Lavender Farm|
|2-5 p.m.||St. Maries tour |
|7-9 p.m.||Free time/Will Call purchases |
|7-9 a.m.||Breakfast |
|9 a.m.-5 p.m. ||River rafting on the Moyie River|
|5-7 p.m.||Dinner |
|7-10 p.m.||Facility group cleanup|
Terms and conditions
You must be a Young Living member who is 18 years or older to attend this event. Participants must be physically fit and able to lift 35 pounds, tolerate extreme temperatures, and engage in rigorous physical activities.
Members who reserve the facility must sign a check-in/out checklist when arriving and departing and agree to a walkthrough inspection at the conclusion of their stay by a Young Living farm employee. A $500 USD cleaning fee will be charged following the event if the facility is not left in acceptable condition upon final walkthrough.
Members are not allowed to exceed 25 attendees per the signed agreement.
In case of cancellation, registration may be transferred to another week, based on availability. However, due to the nature of this event and the expenses involved in planning for each group, no refunds will be permitted. Transfers must be made no later than April 12.
While at the Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery, you’ll be able to take advantage of the many accommodations at the facility, including hot tubs with floral water, saunas, and campfires at night. Attendees will have the option to stay in one of our dorm housing units or our building complex, which all have electricity, running water, bathrooms, showers, washers, and dryers.
ALL members reserving a week will be responsible to arrange the following:
The airport nearest to the Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery is the Spokane International Airport in Spokane, Washington. Following the planting, members must plan on departing from the farm at 9 a.m. on the last day of their session. Flights should be scheduled to depart after noon to ensure ample travel time to the airport. For arriving flights, please allow enough time for the 2-3 hours it takes to drive from the airport to the farm. Please email the flight itinerary for each member of the group to firstname.lastname@example.org
before April 10.
Please book your air travel arrival date(s) to
Spokane for the following:
Week 1: May 4
Week 2: May 11
Please book your air travel departure date(s) from Spokane for the following:
Week 1: May 9
Week 2: May 16
Air transfers are the responsibility of the reserving member.
Transportation from airport to farm
A shuttle service will not be provided by the Highland Flats staff. If flying, members need to arrange to rent a car to travel to the farm.
All menu planning, shopping for food, and food preparation are the responsibility of the reserving member. Kitchen items on site are available for use. If you would like a complete list of available kitchen items, please email email@example.com
Cleaning of the facility
Cleaning of the bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, and living areas is required of the reserving member and their party.
Before your departure, please wash and dry any bath linens, kitchen linens, and sheets used during your stay.
Cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, shampoo, and conditioner will be supplied for your use.
All duties at the Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery will be assigned by the farm team. All requests will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis, and assignments will be given upon arrival at the farm.
During your free time, please host meetings with your team if you wish to do so. Any meetings will need to be coordinated, planned, and executed by the reserving member.
When packing for your visit, please make sure to include the following items, in addition to any personal items needed:
Keep in mind that weather in this area can be temperamental, so layering is a good approach.
Work gloves (two pairs)
Cold-weather clothing and undergarments
Work jeans and work shirts
Work boots and socks
Comfortable everyday shoes
Swimsuit for the hot tub and river rafting
Additional jeans and a shirt that can get wet
Flashlight and batteries
Towel and washcloth
*There is bedding available at the farm, with enough pillows and bedding sets for each attendee to have one. If you would like an additional pillow or blanket, be sure to bring your own.