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.


As of November 18, our winter Oregon Freeze hours are Friday & Saturday, 11am-3pm. Our restaurant is closed for lunch service until spring, 2021, but our Farm store remains open and we would love to see you!

Come check out our Farm Store for your root vegetables, pickles & preserves made on site from Rainshadow Organics produce, and gifts from local artisans and craftspeople for the holidays.

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

For more information on our Sunday Brunches, Friday Farm to Table Dinners, and other upcoming events, please join our email list for updates, email info@rainshadoworganics.com.

Your Farm, Your food

“Eating is an agricultural act”

 –Wendell Berry

Farmer’s Markets

Rainshadow can be found at the Bend market each Wednesday through October

Downtown farmers market on Wednesdays from 2-6pm

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 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.


Check out News, and Musings from the farm.


Roasted Kabocha Quiche

April 7th, 2021|Comments Off on Roasted Kabocha Quiche

Roasted Kabocha Quiche Taste. Taste. Taste again. Recipes aren’t super important to follow astringently (unless you’re baking!), but are more of a nice inspirational guideline that allows you to sample and test as

Roasted Kabocha Sourdough Oat Waffles

April 7th, 2021|Comments Off on Roasted Kabocha Sourdough Oat Waffles

Roasted Kabocha Sourdough Oat Waffles Mini science lesson: Sourdough is pretty awesome. I would imagine it has been around since the advent of agriculture (about 12k years ago), but is recorded at least

Classic American Stew

March 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Classic American Stew

Classic American Stew Classic American Stew. I spent the winters of my childhood going to deer camp with my parents. It was quite the two week to-do. We had an old canvas military

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