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 Cascade Couriers 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 several Farmer’s Markets around Central Oregon throughout the summer.

Bend, Oregon: Downtown from 3pm-7pm each Wednesday
Sisters, Oregon: 3pm-6pm 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 $650 “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 Redmond, 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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    Farmers Sarahlee and Ashanti talk about their CSA that they provide for the Central Oregon community.  

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    Late Summer at Rainshadow

    Summer sure has a way of getting on…  Please check out Rainshadow on Facebook for daily updates, recipes, photos, and more.  

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    Autumn Update from the farm

    Dear Friends of Rainshadow, Thank you so much for your support this season.  We have experienced some incredible abundance here on the farm and we are so happy to share it with you.  This time of year is particularly full of life as we harvest our hefty late-summer crops like potatoes, winter squash, carrots, garlic, [...]

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    August Bounty at Rainshadow

    Being the steward of a farm is to experience magic.  I am as close as one can get to life force.  And I am carried along with it from Februray to August, for example, without a moment to reach out to the world of interwebs.  I don’t think it is possible to catch up with [...]

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    February Harvest

    We are mid-way through our winter season and our monthly CSA deliveries.  I am always amazed at what I find in the fields this time of year.  Despite the incredible cold in December, the warm dry days in January, the massive snow in February… I still found kale in the greenhouse and a mix of [...]

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    February Farm Tour with Hercules and Sarahlee

    Hercules and I took a little tour of the farm today.  We woke up to sunshine and 6 degrees after two days of snow.  Winter wonderland.  We’ve had some unseasonable cold and then a long warm December and early January.  We are finally getting a bit of proper winter with snow in the mountains that [...]

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    FREE Potato Day: January 1st 2014

    Free Potato Day at Rainshadow Organics. January 1, 2014 from 10am to 3pm. 70955 NW Lower Bridge Way, Terrebonne 97760. We grew 100 tons of organic potatoes this year in 14 different varieties. You’ve seen them in Whole Foods around the Pacific Northwest. After the terrible cold where we saw -27 degree temperatures, many of [...]

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    Images from this summer’s Longtable Dinners

    Thank you Judith O’keefe for these great shots from the July dinner.

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    Why Rainshadow Eggs

    I would like to talk a little bit about eggs.  Lets start with the chicken.  All Rainshadow chickens are on pasture.  We have roughly sixty ladies and one rooster.  We raise heritage breeds such as Black Australorps, Rhode Island Reds, Buffs, Marans, Leghorns, Barred Rocks, Ameraucanas.  They live in “Rainshadow Roost”, which is a trailer with [...]


    Shear Effect

      I would like to share with you a note that I received today.  This has a little bit to do with me, but it is also some incredible science about what leafy greens do for you.  Thank you Dr. Perry Chinn for sharing.  This means so much to me. Hi Sarahlee,   I was [...]


Rainshadow Organics
70955 NW Lower Bridge Way
Terrebonne, Oregon 97760