After the conclusion of "Little People, Big World," the Roloff family continued to expand their farm in Oregon. As of 2015, the Roloff Farm is a popular tourist destination. During pumpkin season, the family opens the farm to visitors. Offered activities include wagon tours, face painting and pony rides.
Both Matt and Amy Roloff offer their services as public speakers. Matt has written two books and previously served as president of the Little People of America. He owns and operates a company that manufactures mobility equipment to improve the lives of little people. He has spoken on college campuses and appeared on a variety of television shows.
Amy Roloff authored a cookbook and maintains a daily inspirational blog. She also manages the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides monetary support for individuals with mental, emotional and physical disabilities. Amy often speaks at women's conferences and faith-based events.
The couple's oldest son, Jeremy, graduated from college and got married on the family farm. Zach Roloff plays on a soccer team, while attending community college. The Roloff's only daughter, Molly, is in college, studying Accounting and Spanish. The youngest of the family, Jacob, recently turned 18 years old and finished his high school requirements early.