Bee School Class Cancelled for Tuesday, February 12th.

Due to the pending storm and anticipated travel conditions, class is canceled this week.

Class will resume on Tuesday February 19th. Topic will be Biology of Honeybees.

We collaborate & educate to preserve the future of honeybees.

Bristol County Beekeepers Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. We are dedicated to the support of local beekeepers and the advancement of responsible Apiculture through informational meetings, workshops, mentor support, community outreach, and educational programs. New members and interested friends are encouraged to attend meetings and/or enroll in the introductory beekeeping course offered every January and September.  
Membership is open to all.  Annual membership dues are $20.00 and can be for an individual or a household of family members.
Funds generated though the club are applied to community outreach events, scholarships and educational programs. 

All photography provided by Bristol County Beekeepers' Members

This photo by Amy Tessier shows varroa mites on a honey bee.

This photo by Amy Tessier shows varroa mites on a honey bee.


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Tina McDonald shows us a top bar hive.

Tina McDonald shows us a top bar hive.

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Bristol County Beekeepers Association’s Introductory Beekeeping course began Tuesday, January 29th, 2019.

Registration for Bee School is now closed. We are at capacity.

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