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New Hanover County Beekeepers Association
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Helping the honey bee and the beekeeper in their pursuit of a healthy and thriving Hive

The New Hanover County Beekeepers Association was founded in the fall of 2010 by a group of like-minded and passionate beekeepers wanting to centralize our resources and expertise and share the knowledge and experience with others.

As an association, we aim to educate the community on importance of honey bees and serve the Wilmington-area through swarm removal and more. View our community resources.

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The NHCBA meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Halyburton Park, 4099 Sth 17th Street Wilmington NC., unless otherwise announced.

Recent Blog Posts

Pot Luck Success!

Pot Luck Success!

At our meeting on April 19th we had approximately 50 people come for a pot luck dinner! The turn out was great and we had some new and old faces enjoy our time on the patio. There was also a raffle for a Nucs that was won by Bob Jordan! We were able to tour the...

April Meeting Information

April Meeting Information

Show and Tell Our first meeting of April is almost here! We will be meeting on Tuesday, April 19th at 7pm at Halyburton Park (4099 S 17th St).  For our first meeting, we will be doing a potluck dinner and have a “Show and Tell”. Bring your favorite bee tool/bee...

What’s Bugging My Bees?

What’s Bugging My Bees?

Beehive Pests & Diseases This presentation will explore problem pests such as wax moths and varroa moths, and problem diseases such as American Foul Brood and Nosema. Explore pest and disease control options as well to maintain a healthy hive. 

Seasonal Management

Seasonal Management

Seasonal Management Learn all you need to know about the seasonal management of beehives in the early spring, mid spring, late spring, summer and winter.  

Intro to Beekeeping

Intro to Beekeeping

Introduction to Beekeeping Beekeeping is defined as skillful colony population management based on knowledge of predictable seasonal patterns of growth and decline. It's science with an art form! Explore our presentation to learn more about the history and background...