Beekeepers Club of Gwinnett County

The Busy Honey Bee season is just around the corner.

This is the time to be learning all you can.

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Why join a Beekeeping Club??

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When you join a club you will meet people with the same interest as you.

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You will find people who can answer your questions and mentor you.

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You will get to hear great speakers on a variety of honey bee related topics.  (See a list of our past and upcoming speakers on the speaker tab.)

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We can point you to valuable resources for equipment and supplies and "how to" help.

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Membership is open year round and is only $20 per year per household.  This will be the best bee money you spend on your honey bees!  Please join us on the second Tuesday of each month to learn more about honey bees!  Everyone is welcome, whether you want to become a beekeeper or just want to learn more about them.  Guests are always welcome!

Swarm Removal!

Spring is prime swarm season, but Honey Bees can swarm in the summer and fall also. 

If you see a swarm and would like someone to come remove it, please contact Tommy Bailey at 678-232-5401 for removal of honeybee swarms from your property.

July 14 speakers

Cindy Ball - hive products

Tommy Bailey - fall management

 

We also have a facebook page.  Visit it for more discussions and helpful links.

https://www.facebook.com/#!/gwinnettbeekeepers

Here is a link to the Georgia Beekeepers Association's site about state and regional beekeeping events.

 

http://www.gabeekeeping.com/events.html

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Georgia-Beekeepers-Association

Young Harris Beekeeping Institute for 2015 will be May 14 - 16.  Registration is expected to open in early March.  Put this on your calenders if you plan to attend, it fills up quickly!  

Check out the site HERE for additional information.

About The Club

This club is not for beekeepers only. Anyone with an interest in honey bees is welcome.

Second Tuesday of Each Month 7:00 p.m.
Hebron Church
202 Hebron Church Rd
Dacula Ga 30019
Building A - 3rd Floor

Come join us as we share what we know and learn what we don't. Together we can become more efficient beekeepers. As a group we can reach out to the public and share this great hobby. Each meeting will start with a question and answer time. We will have a new speaker each month followed by an open discussion. Be a responsible beekeeper and learn all you can. Share all you know.

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