Carpenter Bees

Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association is a club for honey bee keepers. There’s really no such thing as “keeping” or “moving” carpenter bees, but here is some basic information if you’re concerned…

Carpenter Bees
macayran @ Pixabay, carpenter bee on pink flower
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MABA Short Course – 29 Jan 2022

An Introduction to Honey Bees and Beekeepinghttps://www.memberplanet.com/s/mababc/retreatregistration_44_1_1_2_1Come to the MABA Short Course to learn the fundamentals of beekeeping from our panel of experts. We welcome anyone who is interested in…

MABA Short Course – 29 Jan 2022
MabelAmber @ Pixabay, Sepia beekeeper carrying hive body with frames
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Bee Kills – Reporting

How to Report Bee Kills The experience of finding your bees dead in piles is devastating. One tempting response is to withdraw from a hobby that causes such a painful…

Bee Kills – Reporting
rostichep @ Pixabay, dead bee on back on wood
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Trees for Bees – Vendors

Here’s a good list of places where the recommended trees and shrubs are available for purchase. Contact us here if you have additions to this list. What trees are good for…

Trees for Bees – Vendors
Bee on flowering tree
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Online Meetings

MABA is supporting the “At Home Beekeeping Series: Distance Learning for Beekeeping Clubs” initiative created by the apiculture research/extension programs at various SEC Universities including Alabama Extension, Auburn University, University…

Online Meetings
Buntysmum @ Pixabay, three honey bees on blackberry blossoms
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Junior Beekeeper Programs

Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association’s Junior Beekeeper programs are unique opportunities for children ages 6* – 13 to experience hands-on learning about our most powerful pollinators. Children will learn all about…

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