Trout Lake Farm Tour Sign Up!

As a proud sponsor of FitBloggin’ 13, Nutrilite is inviting 30 FitBloggin’ attendees to visit its picturesque 700-acre Trout Lake Farm in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.

Trout Lake Farm

Trout Lake Farm is the largest certified organic herb farm in North America. Its fields are irrigated by the nearby, glacier-fed White Salmon River, and feature breathtaking panoramic views of the Cascades. The farm has been producing high quality botanicals for nearly 40 years, including echinacea purpurea, dandelions, echinacea angustifolia, valerian, peppermint, nettles and many others.

Amway bought the farm in 1998 to make it a primary supplier of raw botanical materials to the Nutrilite line of supplements. This partnership has nurtured the growth of resources and expertise, and has enhanced both Amway and Nutrilte.

Attendees will tour the farm and learn about the power of phytonutrients and Nutrilite’s “seed to supplement” process.

The trip is scheduled for Thursday, June 27 from approximately 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. It includes transportation from the hotel, a boxed lunch, a photo opportunity at Multnomah Falls, tour of the farm, dinner in Hood River and giveaways. Space is limited; register today for this exclusive experience with Nutrilite.

Sign Ups are now closed.

Please note: You must be available to leave from the hotel at noon on Thursday, June, 27. Travel time is approximately 2 hours by bus. This trip is exclusively for FItBloggin’ attendees and is sponsored by Nutrilite. There is no additional costs involved. Please leave any questions in the comments.


  1. Danielle Warren says

    When do we find out if we are going to be able to go to this? Is it first come first serve? I signed up but was just wondering when we would know if we are on the list!

    • RoniNoone says

      You’re in! We have just a few slots left and then the sign up will be closed.

  2. Christie Blake says

    I would love to go on this tour. Is there any room still? I could drive and meet you there and even take people if there is not enough space in the shuttle? Let me know.