Celebrate 20 Years of Seed to Seal at the 2014 Winter Harvest

Dec 20th, 2013 | Category: Young Living Product Blog

The heart of what has set Young Living apart for the past 20 years is our beautiful farms and our unique Seed to Seal® process that involves members from across the globe. Our annual Winter Harvest at our Highland Flats, Idaho, tree farm is a special opportunity for Young Living members to experience firsthand our unique Seed to Seal process by harvesting balsam fir, blue spruce, and other trees.

We invite all Young Living members to join us for the 2014 Winter Harvest and experience the joyful hard work and commitment that goes into making every bottle of these essential oils. Register for the event here.

At the harvest, you can look forward to:

  • Playing a vital role in the production of signature essential oils
  • Learning time-tested harvesting methods and reconnecting with a simpler, more natural way of life
  • Discovering a new appreciation for Young Living’s commitment to quality and authenticity
  • Making new friends and lasting memories

Many Young Living members have shared with us their experiences at the Winter Harvest. Young Living Crown Diamond Scott Schuler comes to the Winter Harvest every year. Watch the video below to see why he says it is a great experience.

Young Living Diamond Teri Secrest says that the horses of Young Living Founder and CEO D. Gary Young play an important role at the Winter Harvest. Watch the video below to learn more.

Young Living Diamond Jeffrey Lewis says he has a new level of appreciation for the amount of work that goes into creating Young Living essential oils. Watch the video below to learn why he encourages everyone to participate in the Winter Harvest.

Watch the video below for more highlights from the 2013 Winter Harvest.

The 2014 Winter Harvest takes place over the course of eight six-day periods, starting January 6 and ending March 1. For more information and to register for the event, click here. Registration ends on January 5, so register today to make sure you can attend!

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