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Washington State Beekeepers Association serves hobbyist and professional Beekeepers in Washington State. Our mission is to help local beekeeping organizations, assist the agricultural community, promote beekeeping and bee products and more.

 

December President’s Message

With our bees put to “bed” for the winter, there’s not a lot for us beekeepers to do but plan for the coming year – and hope that our colonies survive the winter! The WASBA yearly beekeeping conference is coming up quickly. Register today at: https://bit.ly/2RHBWky and don't forget to add the after conference social! The conference will be on Feb. 9th, 2019 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA – check out the WASBA website for … [Read More...]

Reenergized Annual Conference Coming February 9, 2019

Save the date! WASBA invites you to join us for a reenergized annual conference in 2019. The one day, Pacific Northwest Beekeeping Conference, will be held February 9, beginning at 8 AM on the campus of Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA. Many thanks to our event sponsors Glory Bee  Mann Lake  and The Holiday Inn.  Two speaker tracks include a science track and a hobby track. Our keynote speaker is Sara Red-Laird, … [Read More...]

The WASBA Conference is February 9 – here are some details

Here are some great reasons for attending the WASBA Conference!                          Scientific                                                                Hobbyist Pollen-Based Carbon Micro-Particles: A new approach to protecting bees from pesticides Presented by Dr. Waled Suliman, Washington State University Bees, Science & How the Media Gets it Wrong Presented by Dr. Kevin Oldenburg Giving the Brood a Break to … [Read More...]

American Foulbrood Disease Survey

My name is Diane Yost and I am in search of apiarists willing to participate in a case study. The deadline to participate is November 2, 2018. As a graduate student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas from 2011-2013, I studied an alternate method of treatment for American Foulbrood disease for my master's thesis.  I am now pursuing further graduate courses at Colorado State University, and am interested in gaining insight from the viewpoint … [Read More...]

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The WASBA Conference is February 9 – here are some details

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2019 Conference Registration

The WASBA yearly beekeeping conference is coming up quickly. Register today at: EventBrite and don’t forget to add the after conference social! The conference is Feb. 9th, 2019 at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA.