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SC Beekeeper Events are always open to the public. We encourage anyone to attend our events and local association all across South Carolina.
Our State events happen twice a year in the Spring and Summer. We invite top honeybee researchers and scientist in the United States to speak at these conferences. These and other Speakers bring the latest in beekeeping information and developments. Beekeeping Vendors from across the U.S. come to make beekeeping supplies available to all attendees.
Local associations have monthly meetings usually on first, second or third Thursday of each month. Please check out our Local Associations Tab for locations. At these meetings, you will find honey bee and beekeeping information that concern the local area. Also contact your local association for Basic Bee School Classes.
These local associations participate at a local level for honeybee education at Festivals and other public events. They begin their membership drives in the fall for the local and state membership. If you are looking for events in your area, there is a local association near you, click here.
OUR NEXT STATE CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD JOINTLY WITH NORTH CAROLINA IN MONROE, NC
The North Carolina State Beekeepers Association (NCSBA) is hosting the joint North Carolina and South Carolina Beekeepers Spring Conference in Monroe, NC at the Union County Cooperative Extension Center on February 5, 6, & 7, 2015. The theme for this conference is
“Protecting Our Bees.”
Guest speakers and workshop presenters will include:
- Kim Flottum, editor, Bee Culture Magazine;
- Dr. Keith Delaplane, Professor of Entomology, University of Georgia;
- Dr. Mike Hood, retired Professor of Entomology & Extension Apiarist, Clemson Univ
-Jennifer Berry, Research Professional III, University of Georgia;
-Rev. Charles Butler, author of "The Feminine Monarchie,” from London, England.
Workshop topics will include hive management, hive products, wax processing. The “Ask the Experts” session will be held Friday morning and questions asked of the experts during this session will be carried through the remaining sessions of the conference. The Intro/Intermediate Beekeeping class taught by Dr. Ambrose will be held Thursday morning prior to the opening conference sessions. More detailed information will be available on the website as it becomes available. Register early: Go to the website ncbeekeepers.org
to download and print the advance registration form or if you are an active NCSBA member, you may fill out the form electronically online. The advance registration form includes hotel information for your convenience.
TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT: