Want to help people learn about Beekeeping at the Wisconsin State Fair. It’s a fun time!
Hello WHPA Members!
We’re on countdown to the WI State Fair August 4-14! The WHPA Honey Booth will once again be located in the WI Products Pavilion with an improved education and promotion area, a live observation hive, and honey & honey products for sale! We are seeking volunteers to help out at the Honey Booth! All volunteers will be sent an admission pass to enter the State Fair. Please consider volunteering for a shift. There are several open time slots to choose from. The ONLINE SIGN UP IS LINKED HERE
The WI State Fair Honey Booth is the Association’s only annual fundraiser. It’s also an opportunity to promote the wonderful world of bees, honey, and beekeeping!
Please contact Tracy Malterer, Honey Booth volunteer coordinator, with any questions at 920-285-1817.
Thank you & bee well!
These are two great articles about NO MOW MAY. Such an easy way to help the bees and the environment!
After much discussion, the SCBA wants the public to know that the “organization was founded for all beekeepers in or near Sheboygan County, for the purpose of educating ourselves and prospective members, that we may better control our colonies and our environment to help and educate people about the wonders of the honey bee”. We do not assist with other vespids (wasps, hornets, bumblebees) from unwanted locations. Please visit out BEE ID page to assist with identification. http://sheboyganbees.org/scba/bee-id/
Members share their expertise, experience, and promote the hobby of beekeeping throughout the east-central Wisconsin area.
To Promote the livelihood of the many wonders of Mother Nature … bees.
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The organization was founded for all beekeepers in Sheboygan County for the purpose of educating ourselves and prospective members, that we may better control our colonies and our environment
Meetings are held March through November on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. (except as stated) in the Miley Barn at NOURISH Farm – 100 Alfred Miley Ave, Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Dues are paid yearly in March at $10 per family.
Comments and suggestions are always encouraged and welcomed!
A Family Picnic is held in June (Rochester Park – Sheboygan Falls) and a Potluck Dinner (ADRC) is held at the November meeting. These two meetings start at 6:30 p.m. Spouses and family members are also invited!
Books are available to members for check-out. Listings of these books are available on the Club Library tab above, and can be checked-out from the Club Librarian, Dan Hocevar.
Look for us on Facebook.com too!
This is the “official” Facebook page for club members. If you have club-centric questions, go here!
This is a “group” that reaches beyond Sheboygan to beekeepers across the globe. Very active and a great place to ask questions!