WHOLESALE OPTIONS For our chef friends, please contact us to get on our weekly wholesale update.  We deliver to Bend, Sisters and Redmond weekly and we work with Agricultural Connections for additional deliveries.  Spring is the time to request specific varieties for your needs as well as setting butcher dates for whole pigs for events […]

Community Supported Agriculture

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to bring fresh, organic produce, meats, and grains directly from our farm to your table each week.  CSA’s strive to develop an available local food supply, encourage land stewardship, and build a sense of community. A CSA consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm […]

Flour, Flowers, Eggs, and Books

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We raise a hard red spring wheat that we grind into flour with a granite stone mill.  This whole-grain product is a super food and  can be used in your favorite baking recipes. We sell the flour in 2 pound bags for $4.  It is meant to be bought regularly and used within two weeks […]

Farmer’s Market

Rainshadow can be found at Farmer’s Markets around Central Oregon throughout the summer.

Bend, Oregon: Downtown from 3pm-7pm each Wednesday
Sisters, Oregon: 2pm-5pm each Friday.

These Farmer’s Markets are also pick-up locations for our CSA.

The Market CSA Membership:  This will be a $600 up-front payment that will get you $660 “Rainshadow Bucks” that you can spend on anything you want, from meats, grains, and vegetables on the public side of the market tent. You can come any time and any week you would like to Sisters and Bend.  This options helps us as farmers when we need your commitment the most and makes things much more flexible for you.  Concentrate on getting what you want, while still trying some new items.

The Farm

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    Notes from the Harvest Stand

    A brisk evening summons memories of fall while the skies tell tales of summer burns. We took care to protect all the delicate hots and to ventilate accordingly once temperatures shot up shortly after sunrise. Meanwhile our land thrives despite sudden seasonal change and welcomes an abundance of positive energy. Carrot tops leap from the […]

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    What’s Cooking?

    Nothing is more rewarding than sharing the joy of good food grown well. Peppers and tomatoes ripen while waves of cucumber, squash, corn and lettuce continue to take off. Flowers and an adjacent hum of pollinators soothe the ears while sun rays sting necks left unprotected. No rain for weeks on end and water from the mountains […]

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    Dedicated to Local Fare

    Thank you all so much for your commitment to local food and for choosing to eat ours.  We appreciate you so much.  It is such an honor to grow your food! Thank you also for showing up to get your food and for communicating any changes on your end.  Very helpful! While we can’t give […]

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    Rogue Farm Corps

    On any given day there’s visible growth at Rainshadow and its one reason the land lends itself to learning on many levels. Past years have brought on expansive increases in annual/perennial growing area as well as an array of diverse groups collaborating in events on and off the farm. As of just a couple moons […]

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    The Mythic Central Oregon

    What is the word for the smell of growth and decomposition at the same time?  I thought it was Fecund.  This only describes abundance.  Today we are reeling from the swift snatch of our tender crops.  We lost 25 acres of beans, squash, corn, potatoes, and basil last night to a deep dip to 26 […]

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    Summer Segue

          June 1 ushers in a new market season and our Summer CSA, both of which are sure to be loaded with your favorite fresh produce. We have two greenhouses teeming with tomato transplants ready to reach those dormant tastebuds reserved for summer’s best. While our little tomato friends mature, we invite you […]

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    Spring: Turn the Dirt

                  This is the time of year that the earth digests its cover crops and composts so that nutrients can be available for our summer crops.  Organic farming takes time.  We don’t give our crops a shot of chemicals to grow.  We depend on our soil, and the billions […]

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    Sign up for 2016 CSA!! 5% off until April 1st

    We’re heading into our seventh season farming here in Central Oregon!  The crop plan has been made and seeds have been arriving in the mail.  We’ve already seeded our first waves of carrots, radishes, onions, leeks, lettuce, kale, spinach, chard, asian greens, and mache.  Its time to make your commitment to eating all the good […]

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    February Harvest

    Central Oregon sunshine is the best… for growing stuff.  These classic clear, cold, nights and brilliant days are just fine for our cold hardy veggies.  We showed up to everything frozen solid this morning and by lunch, everything was thawed and spritzed and packed for our hardy winter CSA members.  Arugula, two different kinds of […]

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    Collective thoughts for January CSA

    Hello winter CSA members, Wonderful to see you all yesterday.  Thank you for making it to the drops on time and hauling home the deepest winter goods.  Storing food and raising food in the winter is a real trick, and the CSA becomes a true adventure.  Sometimes in variety, but more often in salvage. We’ve […]


Rainshadow Organics
70955 NW Lower Bridge Way
Terrebonne, Oregon 97760