CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and idea in which the individual can invest $$ in a farm and share in the yield. It’s been done for quite a while now for food, and now a fiber/yarn producer has started a CSA for knitters and other fiber artists. Martha’s Vinyard Fiber Farm and Hudson Valley Fiber Farm raise Angora goats and Cormo, Cotswold, and Southdown sheep. They use proven, humane techniques to produce the finest fleeces, and have them privately processed into yarn and roving. Shares are limited to ensure that investors receive an abundance of wooly goodness. Little Bo Peep, move over!