Exceptional Beekeeping Websites

Exceptional Beekeeping Websites
(Some of our favorites)

University of Guelph
At the Honey Bee Research Centre, our team conducts apiculture research primarily focused on honey bee health. We also provide a university level apiculture course, weekend beekeeping courses, and many other educational experiences.

Randy Oliver 
Started keeping bees as a hobbyist around 1966, then went on to get university degrees in biological sciences, specializing in entomology.  In 1980 began to build a migratory beekeeping operation in California, and currently runs around 1000-1500 hives.

Ohio State Beekeepers Association
The Ohio State Beekeepers Association serves beekeepers in Ohio and is associated with other organizations that have an interest in beekeeping. 

Auburn University Beekeepers 
Housed in the Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology, and charged with promoting bees through research, teaching, and outreach.  
Explore their Facebook page to learn more about their efforts to improve bee health.

University of Georgia Honey Bee Lab

To increase humanity's knowledge of bee biology, bee management, and crop pollination and to deliver that knowledge in the most effective manner to interested users. 

Friends of Honey Bees
The Mission of Friends of Honeybees: To build partnerships and TAKE ACTION in support of LOCAL (everywhere) efforts to enhance beekeeping awareness, expand he...althy habitats, regionally-adapted breeding programs, research and education of young beekeepers.     

New River Valley Beekeepers Association
The New River Valley Beekeepers Association was founded in 1998 to aid local beekeepers in managing their hives through outreach, education and networking.

National Honey Board
Organization responsible for the marketing and promotion of honey in the United States

American Bee Journal
The American Bee Journal was established in 1861 by Samuel Wagner and has been published continuously since that time, except for a brief period during the Civil War. The Journal has the honor of being the oldest English language beekeeping publication in the world. Readership is concentrated among hobby and commercial beekeepers, bee supply dealers, queen breeders, package-bee shippers, honey packers, and entomologists.

Honey Bee Conservancy
The Honeybee Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting bees and securing food justice through education, research, habitat creation, and advocacy.

Beekeeping Clubs and Organizations in Virginia 
This is a listing and contact information for beekeeping clubs in Virginia

VSBA (Virginia State Beekeeping Association) Website 

Bee Hive Journal 

 A depository of over 300 different beehive designs with photos, 93+ plans for beekeeping equipment and bee hives, beekeeping information and links from around the world.