Harvest House Publishers is on the move. The Eugene, Oregon, company is leaving its 100,000-square-foot headquarters for a fifth of the space in another part of the city. The relocation follows a restructuring at the company, which has downsized in recent years. Founded in Irvine, California, in 1974, Harvest House moved to Eugene in 1981, becoming one of the top five Christian publishers in the country with 117 employees, releasing more than 150 new books and products and selling more than 6 million copies per year. Outsourcing some of its operations played a part in cutting the total workforce by half during a company restructure in 2015.