WHO WE ARE
Rainshadow Organics is located fifteen miles Northeast of Sisters, Oregon where we have farmed and gardened for over twenty-five years. We have a full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, berries, flowers, and grains on 80 acres. This includes whole wheat berries and fresh, stone-ground flour. We also offer pasture-raised, non-gmo fed pork, chicken, eggs, turkeys, and beef.
Come visit us! Our Farm Store features all the local groceries you will need from fresh produce, eggs, flour, beans, meats, and an array of preserved goods like pickles, saurkraut, jams, tomato sauce, and more!
Summer Hours (May-October): Wednesday-Saturday from 11:30am-5:00pm
Winter Hours (Beginning the week of November 4th): Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00am-3:00pm
Each day we are open we serve a farm to table lunch special made from 100% Rainshadow ingredients for $14 per person. On Saturdays we fire up our wood fired pizza oven for farm fresh pizzas! Lunch is served from 12:00-2:00pm.
Reservations are preferred to help our kitchen staff plan for the day, email email@example.com to reserve your lunch. We can accommodate any dietary restrictions as long as we know 24 hours in advance. Please include restrictions in the reservation.
Rainshadow can be found at the Bend market each Wednesday through October
Downtown farmers market on Wednesdays from 2-6pm
This market is our CSA pick-up location for the 2019 season
Rainshadow Market Bucks
Pay $500 up front and receive $550 “Rainshadow Bucks” that you can spend on anything you want – like meat, vegetables, grains, pickles, jam, and eggs – at the Downtown Bend and Northwest Crossing farmer’s markets 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 the market season they are purchased for. They do not roll over into the next season.
RECIPES FROM THE FARM
It froze overnight. That means it’s the end of most summer veggies for us CSA folk. It’s both good and bad. I mean, I all but cry at the end of tomato and