Workplace CSA

HD FFA

Workplace CSA is a project of High Desert Food and Farm Alliance with funding provided by Oregon Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant. For the 2018 growing season Rainshadow Organics is offering to deliver veggie and/or meat shares to Deschutes County offices.
Rainshadow Organics has been an active farm in Central Oregon for over 25 years! Sarahlee and Ashanti run this beautiful organic farm with experience and pride. They are well-known in Central Oregon and offer great produce and meat! Learn more about their farm at http://www.rainshadoworganics.com/
Main pick-up location will be at 1300 NW Wall St with Juli McKee (exact location TBA).
Other campus deliveries can be made as long as there is space and a contact person is available to help with distribution. Please contact Juli McKee if you are interested in being a worksite contact!

Vegetable CSA Information

Length of CSA:
June 11 – October 8 (18 weeks)
Cost:
$475 ($26.50 a week) to be paid in full by June 1st
Commitment: 18 weeks
Sign-up by March 30th
$100 down at time of sign-up.
Delivery:
Weekly, Wednesdays (times vary based on location). Bring own bag to collect.
Vegetables:
Will vary throughout the season,
6-8 items a week including an herb

Meat CSA Information

Length of CSA:
June 11 – October 8 (18 weeks)
Cost:
$370 ($20.50 a week) to be paid in full by June 1st
Commitment: 18 weeks
Sign-up by March 30th
$100 down at time of sign-up.
Delivery:
5-lb box, bi-weekly on Wednesdays (times vary
based on location). Bring own bag to collect.
Meat:
Will vary each week, meat potentials include
chicken, beef & pork

Also, as part of your membership you will get a weekly farm update with recipes that will be posted to the farm’s website blog.

For sign-up information, email or call Juli.McKee@medcor.com, 541-330-4613.

To request this information in an alternate format, please call (541) 617-4747 or send email to accessibility@deschutes.org.
Eligibility to Use the DOC: Anyone enrolled in the County Employee Benefits Plan, including employees (and their dependents) of Deschutes County or COIC, retirees, and people enrolled in COBRA coverage may use the DOC. The clinic practitioners will see adults and children ages two years and older.

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