Now, the concept of a CSA (community supported agriculture) isn't new to me - I live in Minnesota, for Pete's sake, and you learn about those within five minutes of living here since so many people participate in them - but applying them to yarn? I'd never thought about it, but it's a great idea! Martha's Vineyard Fiber Farm was smart enough to come up with the concept, though, and for a pretty reasonable fee you could be a charter member with your own Yarn CSA share. If you're interested in dying yarns or just want some good ones to knit with, it's certainly an investment to look into, and at $100 a share (you can buy more than one), something worthwhile to look into! Shares can be purchased here.