Fairview Farm is a 170-acre wildlife preserve with five miles of trails through fields and woods, a scenic pond with a dock, a bird and butterfly garden, and a historic barn complex. A former dairy farm, the preserve is also the headquarters of Raritan Headwaters, a nonprofit organization that protects water. Hikers, birders, artists, photographers and school groups experience the best of nature at Fairview Farm Preserve, which is open to the public from dawn to dusk seven days a week. It hosts nature camps for kids throughout the year, an Old-Fashioned Country Fair each October, and family-oriented programs. RHA is committed to protecting the Raritan headwaters by stewarding land, advocating for sound water policy practices, educating the public and providing reliable science for the community.