Idaho, Utah and Hawaii

Skyrider Wilderness Ranch in Tabiona, Utah is one of Young Living’s newest locations! This is where many global leaders meet for retreat and other events that are hosted here. Nestled in the hills of Tabiona, Utah, this ranch is close to Gary Young’s heart.  This is where the company grows the unique einkorn grain.  Young Living has Einkorn Flour, Einkorn Pancake and Waffle Mix, Einkorn Rotini and Einkorn Spaghetti.  This grain is one of the earliest forms of wheat used by man and is easy on the digestive system. Of course it is NON-GMO and all of our products are grown without the use of chemicals.







Here’s a photo of einkorn heads.  The harvest is done the old fashioned way, with a horse drawn harvester.  The fields are beautiful and the buffalo still roam out here at the ranch!

St. Maries Lavender Farm in St. Maries Idaho is where everything started for the company! This was decades ago when Gary Young brought pure, authentic lavender and melissa seeds from France and planted them on the 200 acres of this beautiful piece of land.  Today, this farm holds 120 acres of organically grown melissa, making it the largest producer of Melissa essential oil in the world.  Lavender, Melissa and Idaho Tansy are produced here.

Kona Sandalwood Project on the Big Island, Hawaii is a partnership location.  Currently they are doing a reforestation project here to preserve the cultural values.  At this location only the dead or dying sandalwood is harvested to maintain the ecological balance and to follow the deeply rooted Hawaiian belief in humans’ responsibility to maintain a respectful relationship with the native lands of Hawaii. Royal Hawaiin Sandalwood is harvested at this location.