Experience our Seed to Seal® quality commitment firsthand at our 2019-2020 Winter Harvest! This immersive event is your opportunity to see what it takes to ensure that our oils are the purest and most potent available. And when we say firsthand, we mean firsthand. Participants will play a vital role in the creation of our Blue Spruce and Balsam Fir essential oils while they learn time-tested harvesting and distillation methods, not to mention develop new friendships and make lasting memories.
Join us and discover a new appreciation of Young Living’s commitment to quality and authenticity. You’ll never look at a bottle of essential oil the same again.
Young Living Highland Flats Tree Farm and Distillery
Our Highland Flats farm in Idaho is home to one of the world’s largest essential oil distilleries. Here we distill some of our most popular essential oils, including Balsam Fir and Blue Spruce. The distillery is fully automated and uses the most advanced technology available, modernizing the essential oil production process and making it more efficient and effective than ever.
The cost to reserve six days in a cabin is $8,000 USD for a group of up to 25 people. Members may reserve any of these harvest sessions:
Included in your registration is:
Facility rental for six days
Raindrop Technique® training
Harvesting and distilling experience
Product store/Will Call (limited supply and products available)
ALL members reserving a week will be responsible to arrange the following:
Airfare and roundtrip transfers
: These are the responsibility of the reserving member and their guests. Farm staff will not be transferring attendees to and from the airport. Please send the shuttle arrangements for your group to firstname.lastname@example.org
one week prior to your arrival.
All meal preparation
: This includes menu planning, shopping for food, and food preparation. If you would like a list of kitchen and pantry items available to you, please contact email@example.com
Cleaning: You are required to clean the facilities, including the bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, and living area.
Laundry: You are required to wash any bath linens, kitchen linens, and sheets used during your stay.
Member-hosted meetings: During your free time, feel free to host meetings with your team. Any meetings will need to be coordinated by the reserving member.
Please note: Cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, shampoo, and conditioner will be supplied during the harvest for your use.
The schedule is subject to change.
|After 3 p.m.||Arrivals|
|5–7 p.m.||Dinner if eating at farm or dinner between airport and farm|
|8–9 p.m.||Safety meeting/Sign-in|
|9 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Seed to Seal Harvest Experience |
|2-5 p.m.||Seed to Seal Harvest Experience|
|7-8 p.m.||Team training, sponsored by leader|
|8-10 p.m.||Free time|
|9 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Seed to Seal Distillation Experience/Facility tour|
|2-5 p.m.||Seed to Seal Distillation Experience |
|7-9 p.m.||Free time|
|9 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Raindrop Technique Massage Training|
|2-5 p.m.||Raindrop Technique Massage Training|
|7-9 p.m.||Free time/Will Call|
|9 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Beauty School education class|
|2-5 p.m.||Team training by leader or nutrition class|
|7-9 p.m.||Group facility clean-up|
|9 a.m.||Departures |
Registration for the Winter Harvest opens on August 30 at 5 p.m., MT, and closes on November 4 at 5 p.m., MT.
Terms and Conditions
Any member Silver and above is invited to attend. Attendees must be 18 years or older. Participants must be physically fit and able to lift 35 pounds, tolerate extreme temperatures, and engage in rigorous physical activities.
Groupsmay not exceed 25 people, including the reserving member, as we do not have the facilities to accommodate extra guests.
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.
Members who reserve the facility must sign a check-in/out checklist when arriving and departing, as well as agree to a walkthrough inspection by a Young Living farm employee. Upon final walkthrough, if the facility is not left in acceptable condition, a fee of $500 USD will be charge to the reserving member.
Space is limited, so register today!
Q. How do we get to and from the Highland Flats farm?
A. The airport nearest to the Highland Flats farm is the Spokane International Airport in Spokane, Washington. Following your time at the harvest, members must plan on 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. Please email the flight itinerary for each member to firstname.lastname@example.org before traveling.
The member responsible for reserving the facility will be responsible for setting up roundtrip transportation for their group to and from the farm.
Q. What should we pack?
A. When packing for your visit, please make sure to include the following, in addition to any usual travel necessities:
Work gloves (two pair)
Cold-weather clothing and undergarments
Work jeans and work shirts
Work boots and socks
Shower shoes/flip flops
Comfortable everyday shoes
Swimsuit for the hot tub
Keep in mind that weather in the area can be temperamental, so layering is a good approach.
Flashlight and batteries
Towel and washcloth
*There is bedding available at the farm, with enough pillows for each attendee to have one. If you would like an additional pillow, be sure to bring your own.
All duties at the harvest will be assigned. To request a specific duty, please email email@example.com and your 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.