May Updates May Updates May Updates April on the farm was filled with pig puddles, spring greens, and new energy. Spring has officially arrived. It has been a special time on the farm for the last month. With our Farm
February Beet Recipe Challenge Throughout February our CSA members channeled their culinary creativity with beets at the forefronts of their minds. We are semi-famous for growing large beets, and lots of them! They keep us nourished through the deep of winter and our Winter CSA members see them every month in their veggie
Why Rainshadow Events? This year at Rainshadow Organics, we are looking to deeply inspire and connect our community through food. We are driving Central Oregon on a pursuit of intimacy with the food we raise. With the new presence of our Farm to Table chef, Travis Taylor, and our growing
What does it mean to be a CSA member? Our CSA members mean the world to our farm. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way for community members to partner with us by making a financial investment at the beginning of a season so they can be guaranteed a share of what we raise.
Char Kuey Teow (Prawns and Sweet Sausage with Rice Noodles) I’m sitting here waiting for school to just. be. over. (I am definitely not writing this in the middle of molecular biology review of last term. haha) Don’t get me wrong, I love learning about the human body, so so
Not only the depth of winter and the coming of the light, but also our first outdoor winter long table. We have so much gratitude for the people that joined us this evening, that had faith in the farm, the food, and the heated space. . Chef Travis worked his magic with our
We officially had the coldest night since I started doing the winter CSA 6 years ago. We were 8 degrees below zero last friday. I was pretty worried about what we would find in the greenhouses when we harvested yesterday, but I was pleasantly surprised. We have some beautiful kale and parsley for