Beekeeping Class 101: Sunday, July 20, 2014 at Bill's Bees Bee Yard 9AM-Noon. Topic: Bee Hive Management. BEE SUITS REQUIRED to attend this class. For details and directions see Beekeeping Class 101. We teach responsible beekeeping for an urban environment. Everyone is welcome but if you have not been attending our beekeeping classes you may want to wait until next year's session of Beekeeping Class 101 which will begin in February 2015.
“When California was wild, it was one sweet bee garden throughout its entire length,
north and south, and all the way across from the snowy Sierra to the ocean.”
~John Muir, “The Bee Pastures”
Welcome to the Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association, founded in 1873, to foster the interest of bee culture and beekeeping within Los Angeles County. Our primary purpose is the care and welfare of the honeybee. Our group membership is composed of commercial and small scale beekeepers, bee hobbyists, and bee enthusiasts. So whether you came upon our site by design or just 'happened' to find us - we're glad you're here! Our club and this website are dedicated to educating our members and the general public. We support honeybee research, and adhering to best management practices for the keeping of bees.
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Beekeeping Class 101: Sunday, May 11, 2014 at Bill's Bees Bee Yard 9AM-Noon. Topic: Bee Hive Management. We'll test for mites, evaluate progress of packages installed April 8, make decisions on space for queen and honey storage, distribute nucs. BEE SUITS REQUIRED. Come, learn beekeeping for an urban environment. For details and directions see Beekeeping Class 101. Everyone Welcome!