Rainshadow Organics is located fifteen miles Northeast of Sisters, Oregon where we have farmed and gardened for over forty years. We have a full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and grains on 80 acres. This includes whole wheat berries and fresh, stone-ground flour. We also offer pasture-raised, non-GMO, and chemical-free chicken, beef, and pork.


Farm Store

Farm Store Hours

Thursday, 11 – 3 pm

Friday, 11 am – 5 pm

Saturday, 11 am – 3 pm

Sunday, 12 – 2 pm

Come visit the Farm Store for fresh seasonal vegetables, grass-fed chemical-free meats, seasonal pickles & preserves made on-site by our chef using Rainshadow Organics produce.


Farm-to-Table Kitchen

Since 2019, our award-winning in-house chefs have helped turn Rainshadow from an organic garden paradise to a Central Oregon culinary destination.

The farm-to-table kitchen invites you to join us for our one-of-a-kind Long-Table Dinners serving dishes entirely comprised of Rainshadow grown ingredients that have been masterfully crafted into multiple course menus by our in-house chef.

All events are ticketed and reservations must be made in advance. Please check our Events Calendar for ticket prices and dates.


Upcoming Events

On or around the 15th of each month we post the following month’s events. Email events@rainshadoworganics.com and ask to be added to the Events List to make sure you don’t miss out when we release tickets. The Events List is the first to hear about new dates!

Purchase an eGift card for your friends and family. The gift card can be used to eat at our restaurant (when we reopen), purchase tickets for events, shop at our Farm Store, and purchase goods where ever we are set-up .

Check out the Events tab for more information on our Sunday Brunches, Friday Farm to Table Dinners, and other upcoming events.

Your Farm, Your food

From our farm to your table, we offer organically grown CSA options.

One of the best decisions you can make to transform the health of your body, community, and environment is to eat locally grown, nutrient-dense, organic foods that contribute to positive land stewardship, water conservation, soil integrity, and food security.

Our CSAs are a doorway into making an impact. Learn more about our CSA options and take action today.

“What Rainshadow models is beyond sustainable farming, beyond feeding more and more in a sustainable way… it offers hope, lessons in what really matters (dirt under fingernails, hard work, respect for the birds and animals that provide meat, on and on). It’s anthem and benediction at once. We’ve all grown so distant from a relationship with the land and the values Sarahlee and Ashanti are modeling. Thanks to you both for bringing people back, CSA member by CSA member, apprentice by apprentice, to a vital connection with the land.”

 -Ellen Waterson

Downtown Bend Farmers Market

You can shop for Rainshadow Organics fresh seasonal food at the Bend Farmers Market each Wednesday June through mid-October from 2-6pm. As a Summer CSA member,  please visit our booth each week here for your weekly pick up!

Rainshadow Market Bucks

Pay $500 up front and receive $550 “Rainshadow Bucks” that you can spend on anything we make or grow – like meat, vegetables, grains, pickles, and jam – at the Downtown Bend or at our Farm Store. Your commitment helps us get started in the beginning of the season and offers you more flexibility than a traditional CSA share. Concentrate on getting what you want, while still trying some new items. Please note that Market Bucks must be spent within 12 months of purchase.


Check out News, and Musings from the farm.


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Thai Pink (green) Curry

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