The 76th WCBA Bee School is over -- CONGRATULATIONS to all of our 2018 graduates!!
Many thanks to all who generously volunteered their time to make it a success.Read More
membership to the club
Membership has its benefits! Quarterly newsletter, discount on beekeeping trade journals (Bee Culture and American Bee Journal), free admittance to the WCBA indoor meetings which include our March and October speaker meetings, discount honey jar ordering, club honey extractor program and much, much more. Don't delay, Join or Renew Today!
Membership renewals are due by December 31st every year. Annual Dues are $15 per person. You can renew by mail or at any of the official club meetings. The membership renewal form can be found here. If you signed up with a family membership, you will only have one membership and one log-in.
we love beekeepers
The Apiary News is produced by our member Beekeeper and Publicist Charice Kalis.
The Phillip Pike Memorial Library is a vast library of beekeeping literature that is available for our members.
The library is lovingly and painstakingly maintained at the home of our member Beekeeper and President Kathy DeGraaf.
EVERYTHING WE DO IS DONE BY A VOLUNTEER. aPPRECIATE THEM. tHANK THEM. bECOME THEM...
wE ALSO PROVIDE LIMITED STUDENT INTERNSHIPS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS.
Each year we use your financial contributions to educate and empower people to help preserve Honeybees and other Pollinators. Past projects include donations to local High Schools starting a bee apiary, and a Queen rearing program. Future projects include seeding public areas with flowering plants that support pollinators.