Help the NCSBA reach its goal of establishing an endowed professorship in apiculture at NCSU
The new Apiculture field laboratory and an endowed professorship will represent the commitment by the State of North Carolina, NC State University and the beekeeping community of North Carolina to have a first class honey bee research program. And the NCSBA is leading the way to make that happen!
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Events in March 2023
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Mar 9, 2023(1 event)
Johnston County Beginning Beekeeping Class
March 9 - May 11, 2023
Johnston Community College
$110.00 per person(Book provided during class)
Will Discuss Bee Suit on the first day of class. A member of the Johnston County Beekeepers will join class to discuss membership and testing.
Mar 10, 2023(1 event)
Union County Agricultural Center, Monroe, NC
Mar 11, 2023(3 events)
Union County Agricultural Center, Monroe, NC
Macon County Beginning Beekeeping Class
March 11 and 18, 2023
Macon County Extension Office
Covering Basic Bee Keeping. Includes Field trip to Apiary, weather permitting with State Bee Inspector.
Yadkin County Beginning Beekeeping Class
March 11 - May 6, 2023
Union Cross Friends Church
$75.00 per person book included/$100.00 per couple if sharing a book
Interested in learning about honey bees? Come join us. Our book this year is "The Beekeepers Handbook", 5th edition. We have six class room days scheduled plus two field days where you will get hands on experience works with bees. We will cover all the topics necessary to pass the NCSBA Certified test (optional). Additionally, fees will include tour membership to the Yadkin Co Beekeepers Association for 2023. Early registration is encouraged but not required.
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Mar 18, 2023(2 events)
Person County Beekeepers - Beginning Beekeeping Class
March 18, 2023 & March 25, 2023
$60/person. Does not include cost of recommended book.
Person County Office Building
To register go to our website (https://pcba2020.wildapricot.org/). If you have questions which are not stated on the website please contact us directly at email@example.com or by phone: 919-599-4790
Wilson Beginning Beekeeping Class
March 18, 2023 - Saturday 8am-6pm + 3 field days
$75 per person and that includes the book, membership to the club for 2023 as well as lunch.
For information visit the website at: https://wilsonbeekeepers.org/beginner-beekeeping-school/
Wilson County Agricultural Center
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Apr 1, 2023(1 event)
Richmond County Beginning Beekeeping Class
Saturday, April 1st
Richmond County Ag Service Center
$5.00 per person
This is a one day, beginners workshop, that will introduce and help you decide if beekeeping is right for you. Weather permitting, live bees will be on-site, along with a demonstration of a hive inspection. A light lunch will be provided.
Contact: Richmond County Cooperative Service Center 910-997-8255
- All day, Apr 1, 2023 – Richmond County Beginning Beekeeping Class
- All day, Jul 13, 2023 – Jul 15, 2023 – Summer Meeting
- All day, Mar 7, 2024 – Mar 9, 2024 – Spring Meeting
ABOUT THE NCSBA
The NCSBA is the foundation of beekeeping in North Carolina, reinforced with the cooperative efforts of the NCSU Entomology Extension Apiary Program and the NCDA&CS Plant Industry Division Apiary Services. With 4000+ members statewide and beyond our borders, we are the largest and one of the most active state beekeeping organizations in the country. We cordially invite you to visit our website, learn more about beekeeping, and join us in the fascinating world of honey bees!
The mission of the NCSBA is to:
- Encourage better beekeeping methodology
- Promote cooperation among the beekeepers of the state and nation
- Reach a common understanding regarding our problems and their solutions
- Maintain friendly and helpful relations among beekeeping advocates
- Develop markets for beekeeping products
- Foster closer cooperation among members of the NCSBA
- Improve purposes relating to honey bees and beekeeping exclusively for its members and the general public