I understand the part about selling shares in your CSA. But what happens if mother nature completely ruins your garden? We had a drought in 2002 and 55 inches of rain in 2003. The only thing we harvested both years was potatoes... Do you have to give back all the money to your shareholders? Or is there a clause in the agreement where you would only give them partial payment? Both sides suffer, since nobody gets any fresh produce, but you would be out the cost of your seed and labor. Just curious, as I am toying with trying this.