Fostering, Empowering and Advocating (F.E.A.T.), a program for youth with incarcerated parents is at risk of being shut down, with a planned cut of public funding to their program. This cut was advised by an analyst working for the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services, who coincidentally moved into the neighbourhood recently, just across from the building that F.E.A.T. is run out of. The program has been successful in providing help to the youth, running a community urban farm and strengthening the community. The facilitator of F.E.A.T. and the director of the urban farm meet with the analyst. Conflict ensues.