Robin and Scott Hoffman Chad and Terrie Reid Rick and Kathy Wolfe Dallas and Lesley Hetherington Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keegan Burnt Mills Cider Company Sunken Silo Brew Works Stew and Barbara Brunhouse Dick and Chris Smith Andrew and Kathy Platt Catherine and Paul Norbury The Convery Family

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Join us for Shedfest!
Raritan Headwaters' Outdoor Music Festival

October 3, 2021
Fairview Farm Wildlife Preserve
2121 Larger Cross Road, Bedminster, NJ
12:00 p.m. -- 5:00 p.m. 



Nick Dunbar and Sad Cowboy
Hub Hollow Trio
Bear Palace


Ticket Pricing:

$30 for Members only

$35 for Non Members

$50 Day of the Event

(Ages 12 and under FREE)


Bring your own chair and/or blanket and enjoy food trucks, beer from Sunken Silo, cider from Burnt Mills Cider Company, hayrides, kids activities, and games. Please leave your pets at home!


Raritan Headwaters Association is a nonprofit conservation organization protecting land and water. Our vision is that everyone within our reach has access to safe, clean water that is swimmable, fishable, and above all, drinkable.


** Rain or Shine ** 

Meet the Bands



Pyrenesia is a gypsy-swing-jazz-folk quartet based in Lambertville. Combining original compositions with the Django Reinhardt tradition of gypsy jazz, Eastern European and klezmer melodies, and anything else that swings, Pyrenesia delivers a foot-stomping, dress-swirling, hand-clapping experience.

Nick Dunbar and Sad Cowboy

Nick Dunbar

Nick Dunbar and Sad Cowboy hail from Tewksbury. This trio features country, honky-tonk, and bluegrass themes and will be releasing a new album in Spring 2022.

Hub Hollow Trio

HUb Hollow

Hub Hollow Trio, a local favorite, draws on bluegrass, rock, blues, and old-time music, and features beautifully blended vocals and intricate melodies.

Bear Palace

Bear Palace

 Based in Bedminster, Bear Palace features an original sound, blending bluegrass, folk, and rock into a familiar Americana style.

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Help us continue to protect the "Shed"!

RHA can not protect our 470 square mile watershed region without you!

Clean, Safe Water for All 


Protecting clean water in our rivers, our streams and our homes is the mission of Raritan Headwaters.
RHA serves as the watchdog for the 470-square-mile North and South Branch Raritan River
watershed, a region covering 38 municipalities in New Jersey's Hunterdon, Somerset and Morris counties.

Safeguarding these "headwaters" means clean, safe water for 300,000
watershed residents and 1.5 million New Jerseyans living downstream in more urban areas that depend on the
water that comes from our rivers and reservoirs. 

Our Watershed: North and South Branch of the Raritan River Watershed

Our Watershed

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Raritan Headwaters Association
Questions? Please contact Shealynn O'Toole


2121 Larger Cross Road, Far Hills, NJ, USA

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