Among the two acres of land that houses Tabitha Farm Urban Homestead and Community Garden sits a jungle gym, a swing-set and a basketball court where kids can come and play. Within the garden sits raised beds contained by two-by-fours that local kids can claim as their own. When Katie Pearson bought a two-acre foreclosure in Kalamazoo, Mich. she dreamed of turning it into a garden where people from the community could come and enjoy each other’s company and learn to grow produce. And that’s exactly what she did. Join us this week on BFJ Radio as Marianna Cacciatore interviews urban farmer, Katie Pearson who has dedicated her life to helping people in her community have fun while sharing a more sustainable way of living. Tabitha Farm Urban Homestead and Community Garden is a grantee of Bread for the Journey of Southwest Michigan.