WASHINGTON STATE BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION
Keeping the Bee in Business
- American Beekeeping Federation,
American Honey Producers Association
Both act on behalf of the beekeeping industry on issues affecting the various sectors of the industry on the national level.
- WSU Honey Bees + Polinators
Information on research in the Diagnostic Lab, the Research Lab, and on the Breeding Program at Washington State University.
- Washington State Department of Agriculture. Apiary
Washington State information on beekeeping including apriary registration forms, laws and rules.
- Bee Informed Partnership
Up-to-date summaries of date from the nation’s beekeepers.
- Project Apis M
Funds and directs research to enhance the health and vitality of honey bee colonies while improving crop production.
- Honey Bee Health Coalition
Works to foster healthy bee and native pollinator populations.
America’s Research-Based Learning Network – Delivers research-based information emerging from America’s land-grant university system including Washington State University.
- USDA Agricultural Research Service Bee Research
Conducts research on the biology and control of honey bee parasites, diseases, and pests to ensure an adequate supply of bees for pollination and honey production.
- Pollinator Stewardship Council
Defends managed and nature pollinators… from the adverse impact of pesticides.
- Apis Information Resource Center
Seeks to promote beekeeping through a wide range of topics that are of interest to both the beginner and advanced beekeeper.
- Bee Friendly Initiative
Collaborative research project by Washington State University, Department of Entomology and the Washington State Beekeepers Association to “Give Bees a Chance” through mushroom extract feeding.
- Pollinator Partnership
Mission is to promote the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education, and research. Includes planting guide resources by region
- Pollinator Network @ Cornell
A multidisciplinary group of researchers, extension personnel, and students that collectively work to understand wild and managed pollinators.
- Xerces Society
Working to protect invertebrates and their habitats.
- Bee City USA/Bee Campus USA
Raise Awareness, Enhanse Habitats, Celebrate Achievements – Making the World Safer for Pollinators One City/One Campus At a Time