Grilled Fried Rice And here is another installment of “Don’t toss it out! Toss it up!” People always throw away radish greens, and it makes me sad because they are tender, spicy, sweet, and a perfect compliment to any dish as a radish would be. I
Zucchini Pasta with Marinara and Crispy Meatballs Have you ever tried growing your own food? It is surprisingly difficult here in central Oregon! When I lived in Hawaii, I just threw seeds on the ground and things grew. Light, no light, no rain, whatever. Flourishing garden.
Is it September already? Fall is arriving in fits and starts here. We have begun to harvest the late summer crops like beets, carrots, corn, and winter squash. Our interns are 4 months into their 6 month internship and doing their animal rounds independently and running our weekly harvests. Things
CSA Pickup - 8/19/2020 Rainshadow Organics believes deeply in education: educating you, our CSA members, about how and why we raise our animals and vegetables, and educating future farmers.To further the education of our future farmers, we are members of the Rogue Farm Corp and host RFC interns and apprentice each year. Our interns and apprentice
CSA Pickup - 7/29/20 We grow plants in three different locations here at Rainshadow Organics: our 25-acre field, hoop and greenhouses, and the 2-acre garden. It is through the combination of all three that we can bring you all the veggies in your CSA year round. Rainshadow Organics started in the
CSA Pickup - 7/22/20 As a certified organic farm, we have to work very hard at Rainshadow to keep our soil and plants happy and healthy. We use the practice of intercropping, planting a mix of species together, to promote a healthy soil community. Different microorganisms