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The two adjoining agricultural fields at Flint Fields are among the oldest family farms in New England. The land was deeded to Thomas Flint in the 1640s, including all of what is now Lincoln Center and Flint’s Pond. A combination of landowner generosity and public and private efforts made the conservation of these fields possible. In 2004, RLF acquired the lot adjacent to the fields, preserving the hillside that looks out over the South Field. The fields continue to be used for agriculture and remain a remarkable open space resource in the center of Lincoln.
Parking is available at Bemis Hall or the Lincoln Library on Bedford Road.