Welcome to the Eden Hall Farm Blog!
Eden Hall is a working farm where we both use and teach sustainable agricultural practices. The nearly 400-acre farm campus, located at the northern edge of Allegheny County PA, also serves as the home to the Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University.
The Falk School’s academic programs include:
- Master of Arts in Food Studies
- Master of Sustainability
- Dual degree Master of Sustainability-Master of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Sustainability
The Falk School of Sustainability is dedicated to producing a new generation of sustainability leaders, and to developing smarter solutions—on a local and global scale—to today’s social, economic and environmental concerns.
Did you know? Rachel Carson, who founded the contemporary environmental movement, is a Chatham class of 1929 graduate.
The Eden Hall Foundation gifted the Eden Hall farm to Chatham University in 2009. The campus is currently preparing for our first student residents, slated for arrival in fall 2015. Learn more about the site’s history and bright future as a leader in environmentally responsible development and design.