The harvest and distribution of Rainshadow grown food is one of the final steps in our farms food story. Our farm crew spends countless days in the spring, summer, fall and through the winter intentionally harvesting food from the field. Once it has deep full roots, is bearing ripe fruit, or has broad leafy greens, out of the soil it comes and becomes one step closer to our plates. We harvest food, load it into crates, and haul it to be washed and packed at our farm stand. A place where soil is sprayed off and our veggies go straight into clean crates, wax boxes, and coolers to be shared with our community. Then we load up and head straight to Sisters, Redmond, or Bend where our ultra-fresh food is delivered to a grocery store, a CSA member’s bags, or displayed at the farmers market.