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Community Compost: Be Smart with your Scraps!

Leading the Way to Help Small Farms with Smart Community Resource Management

At Rogue Produce and Community Compost we donate the bounty from our weekly food scrap pick up (all the leftover veggies, egg shells, coffee grounds, etc, from your kitchen) to local small farms. Most recently, Matt Suhr at Happy Dirt Veggie Patch has been the beneficiary of our service, and he kindly wrote the following article to inform our customers – old and new (sign-up here) – as to how he utilizes the compost fixings he receives.

Where Does Your Compost Go?

Compost champion Michael Allen unloads scraps at Happy Dirt Veggie Patch!

The compost you set out for Community Compost to pick up gets put to good use. Depending on logistical factors, it is dropped off at any of several local farms, including Eagle Mill Farm in Ashland and HappyDirt Veggie Patch in Medford.

Here at Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, when a van load of slop arrives it is dumped in a pile on the ground or on top of an already-built pile. We look it over to see if there is any indigestible plastic or other trash. Usually what we get from households is very clean! There is one form of plastic pollution, however, that we ignore at this stage: plastic stickers on produce. This is the most labor intensive aspect of composting. Most every item of produce sold at retail now comes with a sticker – usually plastic – that often is not removed by the consumer. It seems like it would be easy for producers to use paper-based stickers that would decompose, but that is not the case.

Freshly dumped food scraps.

When stickers are left on compost materials everything works fine until the final stages of digestion when you see countless bright plastic stickers throughout an otherwise beautiful brown compost. It is easier to pick them out after the composting process has finished, but it is still a slow tedious task and inevitably some get missed. So it is of great help to remove plastic stickers from anything before it gets into the stream of composting. The slop that is dumped is usually quite wet, so we mix it with old dry hay, manure, grass clippings and other dry materials generated on the farm. The piles are built up until they get too wide to easily access the middle. About three weeks worth of scraps makes a good-size pile.

 

Hay! We’re mixing it up!

When it has reached the appropriate size we scrape it up with the old tractor loader and make it into a taller, more compact pile, and cover that with more hay. At this point, when the items are all mixed together with air and moisture, the thermophyllic bacteria begin to multiply rapidly and the pile gets hot – often over 150 degrees! This heat builds up for a week or two, destroying all pathogens, then slowly tapers down to ambient temperature after a month or two.

Busy microbes generating some heat!

But before that happens, we turn it again. This restarts the heating up process, though this time it won’t get quite as hot and will cool more quickly. Two or three turnings are enough to digest most everything in the pile. After 6 months or so, the pile will be cool and much smaller. A substantial portion of the original food in the pile has turned back into the water and CO2  from which it was originally made. (Plants “breathe in” CO2 to make sugars, starches and cellulose—remember?)

Finished compost!

What is left is the best, most stable concentrated plant food – real compost! Full of minerals, nitrogen (the basis for protein), beneficial microbes and a mysterious substance known as humus.  We like to let piles sit for awhile to “finish”. This allows beneficial fungal activity to take over after the bacterial activity has subsided.

Finished compost is a main ingredient in our potting soil mix!

This finished compost smells good and handles easily, and is used in our fields and soil mixes to help grow happy plants and complete the cycle. Thank you for helping to close the loop! Food scraps that go to the landfill are completely wasted. Food scraps that are composted help maintain the balance of life!

Join our Program!

Now is a great time to join our Community Compost service. We are issuing the annual Customer Appreciation Coupon Book to all of our customers in the first week of January, 2020. The coupon book is a compilation of coupons donated by local businesses that support our program. Community Compost is a winning program for residents of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix and Medford, and we’d love your help in making it grow! Sign-up today!

 

“Re-Fresh” with Local Produce!

Thanksgiving leftovers are probably almost depleted by this point so it’s time to stock up again with fresh local and organic produce! Ben Yohai from Wandering Fields has a great list of organic local produce to offer for this delivery, including shallots, parsnips, garlic, purple cabbage, purple flesh potatoes, fingerling potatoes, leeks, and more. Jeff at Wandering Roots Farm offers cilantro, carrots, beets, kale, Winter squash, black Spanish radish, and more. Check out the sale items that include meats, krauts, cheeses, and others.  Order now for a home delivery on Friday, December 6. Make sure to order by Tuesday, December 3 at 10 am.

If you’re a New Customer, creating an account is your first step, which will automatically enroll you in a FREE 3-month Farmers Market Membership (that means no delivery or processing fees, discounts on products, and more).

Veggie Bundle

Satsumas are great in salads or as an anytime snack!

Satsumas are in season and they’re great in a salad with green leaf lettuce! This share also includes topped carrots, cilantro, purple cabbage, sunflower shoots, black Spanish radish, butternut squash, leeks, and fingerling potatoes.

Omnivore Bundle

This share includes D’Anjou pears, Swiss-Ki-You cheese from By George, satsumas, large avocados, shallots, green leaf lettuce, ciabatta bread from Rise Up! Bakery, and a pound of the delicious ground beef and pork medley from White Oak Ranch.

Keto Bundle

Sunflower ShootsWe throw in a helping of satsumas in the Keto bundle too, along with cilantro, broccolini, Cremini mushrooms, sunflower shoots, large avocados, the Dutchman’s peak cheese from By George, and sprouted raw walnuts from Maria at Higher Power Raw Foods.

Breakfast Bundle

Gotta have eggs from Poetential Farm for breakfast, and we also include ground country breakfast sausage, the Swiss-Ki-You cheese from By George, D’Anjou pears, sunflower shoots, large avocados, red onion, and a loaf of the Rogue Valley Sourdough from Rise Up! Bakery.

There’s so much more to see at our Online Farmers Market. Go there to shop now or create an account as a new customer. Thank you for supporting Rogue Produce and all of our local partners!

 

Local Meat for the Holidays!

We’ve put the Rock Field Farm leg of lamb and lamb shanks on sale this week so you can get your freezer stocked for Holiday dinners! Make sure to check out the amazing shallots (also on sale) from Gathering Together Farm, and the New York Steak from Dauenhauer Cattle. A new Feta is on the list from By George Farm, and we’re getting incredible fingerling and purple potatoes from the Klamath Basin. Get stocked up with local meat and much more for Holiday visitors! Order now for a home delivery on Friday, November 15. Make sure to order by Tuesday, November 12 at 10 am.

If you’re a New Customer, creating an account is your first step, which automatically enrolls you in a FREE 3-month Farmers Market Membership (that means no delivery or processing fees, discounts on products, and more). Here’s some highlights of what’s available at our Online Farmers Market!

Veggie Bundle

Sunflower ShootsEnjoy honeycrisp apples, frozen peaches from Valley View Orchard, sunflower shoots from Terra Sol Organics, green leaf lettuce, Easter egg radishes from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, broccolini, avocados, and raw sprouted walnuts from Higher Power Raw Foods!

Omnivore Bundle

Feast on honeycrisp apples, bunched carrots from Wandering Roots Farm, fingerling potatoes from the Klamath basin, shallots from Gathering Together Farm, green leaf lettuce, honey and sea salt fromage from By George Farm, Rogue Valley sourdough bread from Rise Up! Bakery, and ground beef from Dauenhauer Cattle!

Keto Bundle

CashewsGet your Easter egg radishes from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, green leaf lettuce, broccolini, avocados, cashews from Higher Power Raw Foods, Feta from By George Farm, and ground lamb from Rock Field Farm (click for recipes).

Breakfast Bundle

Includes honeycrisp apples, frozen berry medley from Pennington Farm, free range eggs from Poetential Farm, sunflower shoots from Terra Sol Organics, avocados, Little Applegate sourdough from Rise Up! Bakery, and honey from Valley View Orchard!

Order by Tuesday at 10 am!

For a home delivery on Friday, November 15, please place your order by Tuesday morning at 10 am. If you refer a friend, you’ll receive $10 credit for every new person who signs up on your recommendation—and they’ll get a $10 coupon emailed to them after their first order! If you’re a New Customer, creating an account is your first step, which will automatically enroll you in a FREE 3-month Farmers Market Membership (that means no delivery or processing fees, discounts on products, and more).

Thank you for supporting Rogue Produce and all of our local partners. We enjoy working with the small farms and businesses of our region to make supporting local a fun and convenient experience.

Rockfield Farm Grass Fed Lamb!

It’s so simple: create an account with Rogue Produce and you are automatically enrolled for a FREE 3-month Farmers Market Membership. The membership entitles you to no delivery or processing fees and discounts on selected products and services from Rogue Produce, including our Community Compost program. Create your account and start shopping local! Here’s a preview of the 4 pre-bundled Rogue CSA Shares we’ve prepared for home delivery on November 1. You’ll find a huge selection of other local products available for home delivery at our Online Farmers Market. If you’re already member, place your order now for delivery on the 1st!

Veggie Share

Cauliflower is brain food, and Jeff and Anna at Wandering Roots Farm are providing a fresh crop for distribution in our Veggie Share. Items from Wandering Roots also include bunched carrots, yellow onions, fennel, and beets. The rest of the share includes red Bartlett pears, gourmet lettuce mix from Talent Natural Farm, pea shoots from Terra Sol Organics, Swiss chard from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, and Delicata squash from Ella Bella Farm.

Omnivore Share

Rockfield Farm has a fresh stock of grass fed and finished lamb, and this share includes lamb stew meat and an assortment of veggies to go with it, including yellow onions, gold potatoes, fennel, and bunched carrots. We’re collaborating with Mama Terra Micro Creamery to supply a tub of their famous caramelized garlic goat chevre. We also include red Bartlett pears, and a loaf of Rogue Valley sourdough bread from Rise Up! Bakery.

Lamb Loin Chops

Keto Share

In this hearty share we provide lamb chops from Rockfield Farm, pea shoots from Terra Sol Organics, raw goat feta cheese from Oak Leaf Creamery, gourmet lettuce mix from Talent Natural Farm, and butternut squash from Wandering Roots Farm.

Breakfast Share

Get your smoked bacon from White Oak Ranch and free-range eggs from Poetential Farm. This share also provides the caramelized garlic goat chevre from Mama Terra Micro Creamery, a loaf of Little Applegate sourdough bread from Rise Up! Bakery, arugula and dragon radishes from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, and yellow onions from Wandering Roots Farm.

Get your share of local greatness from Rogue Produce by placing your order before 10 am on Tuesday, October 29! We’ll deliver right to your door on Friday, November 1.

 

Time to Shop Local

Shop local at the Rogue Produce Online Farmers Market, where you’ll find the freshest and highest quality local and organic produce. We are ready to take orders for our next home delivery on Friday, October 18. Make sure you place your order by Monday, October 14 at 10 pm. If you’re a new customer we set you up with a FREE 3-month  Farmers Market Membership when you create your account – so you can start ordering right away and receive member benefits including no delivery or processing fees!

Take a look below at the pre-bundled CSA shares we have planned for this delivery. There’s a whole lot more local produce available on the expansive list at our Online Market, including fresh baked breads, local cheeses, honey, beef, pork, eggs, and so much more!

Veggie Bundle

Red Butter LettuceLocal farms you love contributing to this bundle include Wandering Roots Farm, Terra Sol Organics, Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, and Ella Bella Farm. You receive 3 honeycrisp apples, a head of red butter lettuce, 2 large avocados, a bag of sunflower shoots, a pound of broccoli, a bunch of Italian kale, a bunch of French breakfast radishes, a butternut squash, a stalk of celery, a pound of red onions, and a hearty bunch of orange carrots.

Omnivore Bundle

Sunflower ShootsZack Dauenhauer at Dauenhauer Cattle in Ashland provides the grass fed and finished beef in the next 3 bundles. Other local contributors include Wandering Roots Farm, Terra Sol Organics, Wandering Fields, Rise Up! Bakery, and By George Farm. With this bundle you receive a head of red butter lettuce, a bunch of orange carrots, a bag of pea shoots, a pound of leeks, 2 large avocados, a stalk of celery, a loaf of ciabatta bread, a wedge of Dutchman’s Peak cheese, and a pound of ground beef. We have been loving the cheeses from By George Farm and are excited to try the Dutch!

Keto Bundle

In addition to the contributors mentioned above, the Keto bundle includes the famous Oregonzola cheese from Rogue Creamery, and a dozen eggs from Poetential Farm in Klamath Falls; as well as 3 honeycrisp apples, a bag of sunflower shoots, 2 large avocados, and a 4 pack of tenderloins from Dauenhauer Cattle!

Breakfast Bundle

Swiss-ki-you CheeseThe breakfast bundle includes 3 honeycrisp apples, a dozen eggs, 2 large avocados, a pound of leeks, a wedge of Swiss-ki-you cheese (we had to do a repeat of this – it’s amazingly delicious), beef breakfast links from Dauenhauer Cattle, a jar of basil and garlic sauerkraut, and a loaf of Rogue Valley sourdough bread!

Take advantage of our New Customer offer and receive a FREE 3-Month Farmers Market Membership when you create your account. You don’t need to do a thing – the FREE membership kicks in right away and you can shop local with no delivery or processing fees and receive special members discounts on selected products at our Online Farmers Market. If you’re already a member, place your order by Monday at 10 pm and we’ll see you on Friday with your delicious assortment of local produce.

Thank you for supporting local!

 

 

Local Farms Got Produce!

Wandering Fields Farm

Wandering Fields Farm in the Little Applegate Valley!

We’re ready for orders at Rogue Produce! We’ve got a host of your favorite local farms contributing the freshest and tastiest produce in our bundles this delivery. Ben Yohai from Wandering Fields makes his regular Autumn appearance bringing Rogue Produce a beautiful selection of yellow and purple potatoes (both with yellow flesh), shallots, onions, garlic, and leeks. Devon Benbrook at White Oak Ranch supplies the bulk of the protein in the bundles and features a new item—a 50/50 blend of ground beef and pork that is great for meatloaf and meatballs (time to use that tomato sauce you might have made this summer). Devon says the blend is great for hamburgers, too.

Valley View Orchard has their famous peaches (and sweet cherries, and you’ve got to get those fast) packaged frozen in beautiful 1-lb. bags, and Terra Sol Organics is ready once again with sunflower and pea shoots. Additional local farms represented on the list this week include Ella Bella Farm, Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, Wandering Roots Farm, Fry Family Farm, Sweet Creek Foods, Windborne Farm, Poetential Farm, By George, and Noble Coffee. Order now for a home delivery on Friday, October 4. Here’s a preview of our pre-bundled CSA Share selection.

Shallots

Shallots from Wandering Fields!

Veggie Bundle

This amazing autumn arrangement includes frozen peaches from Valley View Orchard; green kale and bunched carrots from Wandering Roots Farm; French breakfast radishes from HappyDirt Veggie Patch; pea shoots from TerraSol Organics; a potato medley, onions, and garlic from Wandering Fields; mixed Italian peppers and delicata squash from Ella Bella Farm; and organic broccolini.

Omnivore Bundle

It’s fiesta time with fresh corn tortillas from Jennifer at Windborne Farm; red or green enchilada sauce from Sweet Creek Foods; ground chorizo sausage from White Oak Ranch; mixed Italian peppers from Ella Bella Farm; slicer tomatoes from Fry Family Farm; cilantro from Wandering Roots Farm; onions and a potato medley from Wandering Fields; and organic avocados. It takes a whole village of local farms to make a fiesta!

Ella Bella Peppers

Ella Bella Peppers!

Keto Bundle

Stimulate your culinary creativity with the 50/50 blend of ground beef and pork from White Oak Ranch; a dozen eggs from Poetential Farm; a wedge of Swiss cheese from By George; organic avocado; pea shoots from Terra Sol Organics; slicer tomatoes from Fry Family Farm; organic broccolini; and mixed Italian peppers from Ella Bella Farm!

Breakfast Bundle

First priority at breakfast: choose your coffee! Pick your favorite from Noble Coffee Roasters in this Breakfast Bundle, which also includes your selection of bagels from Little Shop of Bagels, ground breakfast sausage from White Oak Ranch, a dozen eggs from Poetential Farm, frozen peaches from Valley View Orchard, and sunflower shoots from Terra Sol Organics (these last two items pair well in a yummy and nutritious smoothie)!

Get your orders in by Tuesday, October 1 at 10am for a home delivery on Friday, October 4. Enjoy the best from your favorite local farms!

Local Produce Coming Your Way!

All of the items in our CSA Bundles are sourced from in or around the Rogue Valley! We’re especially happy to be working with Maria at Talent Natural Farm. Maria is supplying the prune plums, comice pears, Japanese eggplant, and basil in this week’s delivery. Another big contributor is Zack at Dauenhauer Cattle, supplying the Summer Sausage rounds, New York steak, and breakfast sausage. Most of the other delicious items this week come from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, Ella Bella Farm, Rise Up! Bakery, Pennington Farms, Poetential Farm, By George, Michellynda Orchard, and Noble Coffee Roasters. Order now for a home delivery on Friday, September 20.

Veggie Bundle

Eggplant

This is a “Gonzo” eggplant. Our Veggie Share will have the Japanese variety : )

The Veggie Bundle includes prune plumbs, comice pears, a medley of figs, Japanese eggplant, broccoli, a sweet pepper medley, heirloom tomatoes, basil, purple carrots, beets, and a spaghetti squash. Veggie lover’s delight!

Omnivore Bundle

The Omnivore Bundle includes comice pears, a medley of figs, mixed cherry tomatoes, a sweet pepper medley, 2 delicata squash, a jar of garlic basil fromage, a loaf of focaccia, and a round of summer sausage.

Keto Bundle

The Keto Bundle gets you a pint of berries, broccoli, a sweet pepper medley, a bunch of cilantro, mixed cherry tomatoes, a dozen eggs, and a juicy New York steak!

Breakfast Bundle

Order the Breakfast Bundle and get comice pears, heirloom tomatoes, basil, Buncom brie cheese, a loaf of Little Applegate sourdough, a dozen eggs, and the Noble Coffee of your choice!

For a home delivery on Friday, September 20, please place your order by Tuesday morning at 10 am. If you refer a friend, you’ll receive $10 credit for every new person who signs up on your recommendation—and they’ll get a $10 coupon emailed to them after their first order!

Thank you for supporting Rogue Produce and all of our local partners. We enjoy working with the small farms and businesses of our region to make supporting local a fun and convenient experience.

It’s All Rogue!

We’re proud to share that all of the items in our Bundles this delivery are from in or around the Rogue Valley (within 50 miles or so), and the story this week centers around Matt Suhr and his farm, HappyDirt Veggie Patch, in Medford. Matt currently receives the food scraps from our Community Compost program, and that certainly makes his soil a measure happier than most! Matt’s got a lot of produce coming in, and we’re highlighting what he has available in the four Bundles we’re putting together. Order now for a home delivery on Friday, September 6, and check out our amazing new customer discounts, good through Labor Day, September 2.

Veggie Share

Brown Turkey Figs

Brown Turkey Figs are in at Michellynda Orchard, in Ashland

Here are some of the awesome local farms contributing to this share: HappyDirt Veggie Patch, Ella Bella Farm, Wandering Roots Farm, Fry Family Farm, Terra Sol Organics, Michellynda Orchard, and Rolling Hills Farm. This share includes an Italian pepper medley (nothing spicy), a pint of cherry tomatoes, a pound of heirloom tomatoes, fresh basil, pea shoots, brown turkey figs, peaches, kale, cilantro, Armenian cucumbers, crookneck squash, and a bunch of carrots. Suggestions: Olive oil always elevates the flavors of those tomatoes, and we recommend a fine fromage from By George or goat chèvre from Oak Leaf Creamery. Might want to order a head of lettuce, too. FYI, those pea shoots are a great way to add fresh greens to a smoothie!

Omnivore Share

Bacon in Frying Pan with Herbs

Enjoy heritage pork fresh-smoked bacon from White Oak Ranch in Eagle Point

Here are the farms contributing to the Omnivore Share: Rise Up! Bakery, Oak Leaf Creamery, White Oak Ranch, Ella Bella Farm, Happy Dirt Veggie Patch, Fry Family Farm, and Rolling Hills Farm. The share includes a loaf of Rogue Valley Sourdough Bread, an 8 oz. tub of raw Herbs de Provence goat chèvre, a pound of smoked bacon, heirloom tomatoes, an Italian pepper medley, fresh basil, crookneck squash, and giant peaches. Suggestions: Add a head of lettuce for fixings on a BLT. Perhaps a dozen eggs for a hearty breakfast? You’ll also want to grab a pint of brown turkey figs while you still have a chance!

Keto Share

Red Haven Peaches (Frozen)

Don’t miss the peaches from Rolling Hills Farm!

Contributing farms and producers: Poetential Farm, Dauenhauer Cattle, HappyDirt Veggie Patch, Rolling Hills Farm, Rogue Creamery, and Terra Sol Organics. This share includes a dozen eggs, a wedge of Oregonzola cheese, peaches, heirloom tomatoes, pea shoots, Swiss chard, ground beef, and smoked peppered beef jerky. Suggestions: If you’re a true keto person, you’ll probably want to add some avocado and maybe a few more veggies. The Italian pepper medley from Ella Bella Farm would also complement this share.

Breakfast Share

Basil

HappyDirt basil is in full bloom : )

Contributing local farms and producers: Noble Coffee, Poetential Farm, Little Shop of Bagels, HappyDirt Veggie Patch, and Ella Bella Farm. This share includes a bag of whole bean Daydream Coffee from Noble Coffee Roasters in Ashland; a dozen eggs; your choice of bagels and cream cheese varieties; fresh basil; heirloom tomatoes; Swiss chard; and garlic. Suggestions: Pea shoots are always our favorite to add to a breakfast sandwich (I guess you’ll need bread, too) or smoothie. If you want to make your Breakfast Bundle a little more hearty, add a pound of bacon from White Oak Ranch.

Order Now

For a home delivery on Friday, September 6, please place your order by Monday evening at 5 pm. This is the last week we are offering amazing discounts for new customers, and, if you refer a friend, you’ll receive $10 credit for every new person who signs up on your recommendation—and they’ll get $10 off their first order!

Thank you for supporting Rogue Produce and all of our local partners. We enjoy working with the small farms and businesses of our region to make supporting local a fun and convenient experience.

Ella Bella Farm in Bloom

Heirloom tomatoes and bell peppers are now available from Ella Bella Farm in Talent, and Rolling Hills Orchard is pumping out their amazing organic peaches and apples. We’re putting together 3 pre-bundled CSA Shares and providing suggestions on products you may like to add from our Online Farmers Market. We make it easy to enjoy the best of what’s local! Order now for a home delivery on Friday, August 23rd, and check out our amazing new customer discounts.

Veggie Share

Heirloom TomatoesSavor the amazing organic tomatoes from Ella Bella Farm and a share of their red bell peppers. They’ll go great with a bag of micro greens from Terra Sol Organics or fresh basil from Matt at Happy Dirt Veggie Patch. Also in the mix are sprouted raw walnuts from Maria at Higher Power Raw Foods; peaches from Rolling Hills Orchard; cucumbers, zucchini and cherry tomatoes from Wandering Roots Farm; garlic from Happy Dirt Veggie Patch; and a bunch of organic broccolini. Suggestions:  you may want to get a loaf of ciabatta from Rise Up! Bakery, and some olive oil and vinegar from Pasture 42; and any variety of our spreadable cheeses add great potential for sandwiches and appetizers!

Omnivore Share

CiabattaSink your teeth into a bite of teriyaki beef jerky strips from Dauenhauer Cattle, in Ashland. These strips are moist, tender morsels that melt in your mouth and have delicious flavor. Heirlooms and red bells from Ella Bella have to be included, and we throw in the recommended ciabatta from Rise Up! Bakery. The ciabatta is versatile:  you can slice it thin and make bruschetta or just tear it apart and dip it in olive oil and vinegar with some minced garlic. You can’t go wrong spreading a bit of garlic basil fromage from By George onto any kind of bread, and we add a pound of ground Italian sausage from White Oak Ranch for a main course. To top it off we throw in cucumbers from Wandering Roots, Rolling Hills Orchard peaches, and a bunch of broccolini. Suggestions:  Gotta add some fresh basil from Matt at Happy Dirt Veggie patch to pair with those tomatoes; maybe some Rogue Creamery cheese for a snack combo with the jerky; lettuce to toss a salad; and olive oil and vinegar of course! You could make a great pizza too with the dough from Bread Stop Bakery.

Keto Share

We’ve received great reviews on the bacon from White Oak Ranch, and it goes well with a breakfast of eggs from Harris Family Farm. It’s hard to claim any product as a favorite, but the Herbs de Provence raw goat chevre from Dave at Oak Leaf Creamery is one we would consider – and this share includes an 8 oz. tub. Dauenhauer Cattle contributes their staple peppered jerky beef strips and Terra Sol Organics offers a mixed medley of micro greens. We finish it off with a share of red bell pepper and a bunch of broccolini. Suggestions:  If you’re a true keto you’ll probably want to add some avocado and some more veggies. If you’re flexible, we recommend getting your favorite loaf of bread from Rise Up! Bakery and some peaches from Rolling Hills Orchard.

Order Now

For a home delivery on Friday, August 23rd, please submit the online form by Monday evening at 5pm. This is the last week we are offering amazing discounts for new customers, and, if you refer a friend you’ll receive $20 credit for every new person who signs up on your recommendation!

Thank you for supporting Rogue Produce and all of our local partners. We enjoy working with the small farms and businesses of our region to make supporting local a fun and convenient experience.

Growlers & Groceries

If you’re a Grants Pass local you’ve probably visited Frank N Stene’s Monster Growlers at 950 SW 6th st. Frank is usually behind the counter, and if you strike up a conversation with him you’ll soon discover his passion not just for amazing beer and wine – but for practically anything locally produced. Frank sells a hand-full of some of the fine products available at Rogue Produce, including the hot sauces from American Ruralcraft, and the olive oils and vinegars from Pasture 42. But now, Frank N Stene’s is the first “Drop Spot” for Rogue Produce customers!

Of course, we still provide the convenience of home delivery, but if you live in the Grants Pass area and enjoy fine wine and beer, you can now pick up your orders from Rogue Produce at Frank N Stene’s when we deliver there on Fridays. You’ll have until Saturday at closing time to pick-up your order!

Rogue Produce has some great promotions going on now for new customers. It’s the best time to join-up to enjoy all the best of what’s local!