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How we work.
There are lots of great things about working for Oregon’s Wild Harvest. You can work at home if your job allows for the flexibility. Family always comes first. After all, we’re a family-owned and operated business. So we understand the value and importance of taking care of your family. We also offer medical and dental insurance, 401K, paid vacation, and more. Best of all, you get to come to work every day surrounded by people who love working for a company dedicated to the health and wellness of people and the planet.
As a farm as well as a maker of organic and biodynamic herbal supplements, we are very fortunate to be able to do everything in one place. From seed to bottle, in many cases, it all happens right here in our spacious Redmond facility. Our farms are right down the road. This ensures three things. First, we are constantly reminded of how interconnected we are with the land and the forces of nature. Second, we have much greater control over the quality of our products when everything happens in one place. Finally, we all get to know each other well. We really are like family. Even when that means working from home.
Some of our key employees find they get more done when working offsite. Which is fine with us and helps reduce our carbon footprint. We may take a holistic, down-to-earth approach to growing the finest herbs on earth, but we don’t operate in the dark ages. We are deeply entrenched in 21st century technology. And that includes our state-of-the-art testing facility operated by real chemists and scientists.
At the end of the day, it’s all about creating the finest, healthiest and most potent herbs on the planet. So far, our plan is working quite well.
United by a shared belief.
Is it the air? The water? The luscious, life-giving soil?
We believe that as residents on this beautiful planet we have a responsibility to ensure that there is healthy soil, Non-GMO seeds and water for generations to come.
So, when we moved our headquarters to a new larger facility in Redmond, Oregon where we could all spread out a little more, it seemed only natural for many staff members to pick up and move with the company. Even if that meant selling the house and uprooting the family.