The Young Living Whispering Springs Farm is an iconic lavender farm, not only to Young Living but also to the essential oil movement and the wellness community. Located in Mona, Utah, this lavender farm is just a short drive fromYoung Living Global Headquarters and is home to events such as the Lavender Day festival, the Essential Oils and Animals Conference, and more.
Young Living is known as a pioneering force in the essential oil industry, and D. Gary Young’s legacy of research on essential oil production and use is integral to Young Living’s identity. Our commitment to understanding and sharing the power of essential oils is why we invest in agricultural, distillation, and sustainability research at our farms.
Through our careful seed selection process and meticulously monitored harvesting, the Whispering Springs Farm has helped Young Living compile the most extensive library of essential oil data in the world.
Although this ranch is one of our newest locations, many Young Living global leaders have attended retreats and events hosted at the beautiful Skyrider Wilderness Ranch. Nestled in the hills of Tabiona, Utah, and home to stunning vistas and wildlife, this farm is close to Gary Young’s heart. It’s a location where our unique einkorn grain can grow, as well as a place where Gary can perform research on distillation methods and new botanicals.
Our St. Maries Lavender Farm is where everything started! In 1993, Gary Young brought lavender seeds from Provence, France, and planted them on the 200 acres of land that now make up this beautiful farm. Today, this farm helps produce our famous Lavender essential oil and other botanicals.
Young Living takes the stewardship of our planet and its resources very seriously. We believe that essential oils are the embodiment of our connection with nature, which is why our tireless efforts to produce superior essential oils are matched with painstaking efforts to keep our earth healthy and thriving for future generations.
The St. Maries Lavender Farm was established on land that had never been exposed to chemical pesticides or man-made fertilizers. Young Living’s Seed to Seal standards honor its origins and commit us to natural cultivation methods that take the health of the soil, water, and ecological community into consideration.
Located in scenic Naples, Idaho, the Highland Flats Tree Farm is home to some of the beautiful evergreen trees that help Young Living produce essential oils inspired by the great outdoors. This location is not only a blue spruce farm but is also home to one of the world’s largest essential oil distilleries. It’s the location of Young Living’s annual Winter Harvest and Spring Planting projects, which allow members to participate in the Seed to Seal process firsthand.
In 2014—after extensive scouting and research to find the best possible location—Young Living purchased land in British Columbia, Canada, for the Northern Lights Farm. The pristine land remains free of synthetic chemicals and fertilizers, thanks to its relatively untouched nature prior to Young Living’s ownership.
Young Living’s partnership with the Kona Sandalwood Reforestation Project is a great example of how Young Living and our partnerships strive to preserve cultural values. At this location, only dead or dying sandalwood is harvested to maintain the ecological balance on the island and to follow the deeply rooted Hawaiian belief in humans’ respectful relationship with the land.