Beekeeping Organizations

Colorado Beekeeping Associations and Clubs

Boulder County Beekeepers Association

Brighton Beekeepers Club

Colorado State Beekeepers Association

Denver Bee

High Land Beekeeping Club

Mountain High Beekeepers

Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association

Pikes Peak Beekeepers Association

Colorado Professional Beekeepers Association

 

Colorado Apiary Inspector

Colorado State Department of Agriculture,
Division of Plant Industry
Colorado State Apiculturist
Mr. Mitchell Yergert, Chief, Plant and Insect Section
700 Kipling St., Suite 4000, Lakewood, CO 80215 — (303) 239-4142
mitchell.yergert@ag.state.co.us

 

National and International Beekeeping Organizations

American Beekeeping Federation

American Honey Producers Association

Apimondia Foundation

International Bee Research Association

National Honey Board

 

Regional Beekeeping Associations

Eastern Apicultural Society

Heartland Apicultural Society

Western Apicultural Society

Mid-Atlantic Region Reseach and Extension Consortium

 

Beekeeping Publications

American Bee Journal

Bee Culture

Speedy Bee 

 

Beekeeping Suppliers

Brushy Mountain Bee Farm

B & B Honey Farms

Bee Commerce

Betterbee

Copoco’s Honey and Bee Supplies

Dadant

Glory Bee Foods

Mann Lake Ltd.

MegaBee® The Tucson Bee Diet

Shastina Millwork, Inc.

To Bee or Not to Bee

Walter T. Kelley Co.

Western Bee Supplies

 

Resources

Making Honey From Flowers: A Guide to Bees – by Dr. Mary Williams, R.N. D.C.

Colorado State University  Cooperative Extension

Cornell University Dyce Laboratory for Honey Bee Research

Ohio State University Honey Bee Laboratory

Scientific Beekeeping – Randy Oliver 

Texas A & M Honey Bee Research 

University of California – Davis, Department of Entomology –
Harry Laidlaw Honey Bee Research Facility 

University of Minnesota – Bee Lab 

University of Nebraska – Department of Entomology, Beekeeping and Apiculure 

University of Washington Apiary Program 

Zia Queen Bee Company 

 

USDA ARS Bee Laboratory Web Sites

Bee Research Laboratory, Beltsville, MD

Carl Hayden Bee Research Center, Tucson, AZ

Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics & Physiology Laboratory, Baton Rouge, LA

Beneficial Insects Research Unit, Weslaco, TX

 

USDA ARS Bee Disease Diagnostic Service

Beltsville Bee Research Laboratory

 

USDA Alternative Pollinator Sites

Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory, Logan, UT

 

 

Of Interest

Two New Bee Species:link

Bees – High Speed Color Vision:link

Preliminary Winter Loss Survey Data:link

Bees-On-The-Net: link

 

About NCBA – Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association

The Northern Colorado Beekeepers Association (NCBA) is an organization of both hobbyist and commercial beekeepers.  We exist to provide a forum for education in beekeeping both to our members and to the general public, and for exchange of ideas and experiences.  We also enjoy some ability to provide savings in bees by purchasing as a group.  We are affiliated with the Colorado State Beekeepers Association.  We meet once a month with the above objectives in mind.  Each meeting strives to discuss one or two subjects of interest in beekeeping.  Whenever possible we will discuss beekeeping and hive maintenance activities appropriate for the next month.  We also like to provide time for members to discuss beekeeping among themselves.  Once a year, usually around January, we conduct a multi-session beginning beekeeping class.  On completion of the class, we offer you the opportunity to join the association, to order bees, and we offer you a mentor to help you get off to a good start.  If you have any interest in keeping bees, we encourage you to join us. We believe joining a beekeeping association such as ours is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to start beekeeping. By joining now you will receive our news letter as well as notification of upcoming classes and meetings.  Dues are modest and affiliates members with the Colorado State Beekeepers Association. See the pages about future and past meetings for examples of meeting content..

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NCBA is a 501c3 organization, and donations are tax deductible.
 
 
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