About the Educational Center 

Our Mission is to Bridge the Gap Between the Urban/Suburban Community and the Farm

Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc. is located on Flint Hill Farm, 26-acre preserved farm in Lehigh County, PA. The multifaceted Agro-Educational facility is actively expanding its programs to meet the educational and nutritional needs of the rapidly growing region and promote the awareness of being good stewards of our land, water, and air.

Food is the common thread for all cultures.  When the school students, family members and teachers come together at Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc., the question is asked before the tour "How many from this group can remember a parent, grandparent or other relative who lived on a farm?".  Usually 80% of the adults and students can remember at least one family member.  With so much in our present culture that causes individuals and groups to focus on differences, what a blessing to all come together to enjoy two hours of a unifying experience for all ages.  The Educational Center wants to acknowledge the farmers of previous generations and give a special thanks for the families of the Cicion's and Hassick's who farmed here from the early 1910s to 1997.

What We Do On The Farm

“Feeding the Spirit, Educating the Mind, Preserving the Community"

The Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc. enjoys collaboration through programs, volunteers, and purchases with the following businesses and programs: Air Products, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Just Born, VIA, ARCH, ARC, SPIN, Southern Lehigh School District, Lutron, Olympus, University of Pennsylvania, DeSales University, Muhlenburg College, Cedar Crest College, Lafayette College, Saucon Valley, Bethlehem, Allentown, Parkland School District, Buy Fresh Buy Local, Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Lehigh County Conservation District, NRCS, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Facility.

 Family “farm stays” allow families to experience life “on the farm” together one day at a time.

While here visiting “farmers” collect their own eggs for breakfast, help milk the cows and goats, assist with the feeding and handling of the horses, sheep, chickens, pigs and goats to their level of comfort. Get back in touch with the world of your parents or grandparents. Over night accommodations are available at the farm house.

Our farm store is open to the public daily selling pastured duck and chicken eggs, Alpine goat and Jersey cow milk, artisan  cheeses, yogurt, smoothies and fresh cream butter. We are a Certified Raw Milk Dairy through the PA Department of Agriculture and proudly display the PA Preferred labels on our food.

See us Published in:

  •  Morning Call December 2019- Recycle Christmas  

  •  Trees and Feed a Goat! 

  • Lehigh Valley Style- Faces of the Valley May 2019

  •  PA Farm Bureau Magazine Jan/Feb 2019

  • 2017/2018    Good Taste!!!!!

  • Lehigh Valley's Premier Culinary Resource 

  • Featured: NPR SALT - What is on Your Plate March 2017

  • Lancaster Farming - January 2017

  • Lehigh Valley Style - October 2015    

  • Pennsylvania Magazine- Mar/April 2015

Board Members: 

  • Dr. Marian McDonald- Chief of Surgery, St Luke's University Hospital, Allentown Campus

  • Kathleen Fields MSN CNM- Certified Nurse-Midwife,President FHFED and Farmer

  • Julie Trebat- Consultant and Task Analysis Educator for Individuals with Autisms

  • Sandra Eckert- Art Teacher, Saucon Valley High School- retired

  • Chef Robert Hoduka- LCTI Culinary Department Lead Chef Educator

  • Andrew Filler- Thrivent Financial Representative, Coopersburg, PA (advisor)

  • Cari-Lynn Piotrowski- PA Licenced Funeral Director CR, Allentown, PA

  • Elizabeth Connard Ed.D, Assistant Professor -Moravian College Master's Program, Bethlehem, PA


The Flint Hill Farm Educational Center is classified as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization by the Internal Revenue Service. If you would like to financial support to the educational center or make a gift in some other form, please contact your financial adviser to discuss your tax incentives.


For more information or to discuss how you can support the Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, please call Kathleen Fields at 610-838-2928 or by e-mail at kathy@flinthill-farm.org.

“Educating students with special needs to meet the special needs of local farmers.”