About Raritan Headwaters Association
The Raritan Headwaters Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, member-supported conservation organization.
Our mission is protecting water in our rivers, our streams and our homes.
For us the 470-square mile Raritan River headwaters region is home. We treasure its natural resources and know that the high quality of life we enjoy is largely a result of the large tracts of undeveloped land, the clear-running streams and the access we have to preserved open spaces. We understand the direct link between our well-being and the health of the watershed’s natural systems. We are committed to sustaining the environmental integrity of our home.
RHA is made up of people who feel a calling to ensure that the things that make this region such a special place today will be here to make it special for our children and grandchildren.
RHA operates under the guidance of a Board of Trustees. There are currently ten professional staff members (7 full-time, 3 part-time) joined by an Americorps Watershed Ambassador, Naturalist Educators and Summer Interns, and an enthusiastic corps of Volunteers.