The NHC 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.
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Officers for the 2021 membership year:
Communication – our members participate on Facebook, listen in on all the activities, ask questions, get answers.
Education – the club offers a 6-week Beginning Beekeeping School each January.
Membership – our members share a close camaraderie in the beekeeping community and are able to expand their expertise and knowledge with constant contact.
Outreach – we do “outreach” education at schools and clubs where we bring bee products and equipment and do a lecture w/honey tasting.
Facebook – one of the other ways we reach out to the community to share our knowledge and skills is by the use of the largest social network on the Internet. We’ll maintain an active profile and respond to your queries and direct you to other resources for the beekeeper hobbyist. Won’t you join us there also?
See recaps from our past events.
Sandie Cecelski, New Hanover County Beekeepers Club member, shared her love of honey bees and other native pollinators at the Cameron Art Museum’s Safe Places exhibition. The event was held on Saturday, June 19, from 10am-1pm and was a celebration of the great...
May 2021 NHCBA MeetingHoney Harvest Meeting! We held our first in person meeting since the covid shut down May 20th! Great to see everyone and have everyone paritcipate! We had a speacial guest from Retro Meadery share samples of their products and give us their...
The New Hanover County Beekeepers Associations does outreach education at schools and clubs where we bring bee products, equipment, and do a lecture with honey tasting. If you’re interested in having a speaker or booth at your event, please contact us.