“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.
The Latest Buzz:
LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR
August 30 - September 22, 2019
1101 West McKinley Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
(The Bee Booth is located across from the “Big Red Barn”)
Fair Runs August 30 - September 22, 2019
(Closed Mondays & Tuesdays)
Fair Times & Schedule for the General Public
The Bee Booth at the LA County Fair is all a buzz about bees this week. Nicole Medina, the 2019 American Honey Princess, has been busy teaching fair goers about honey bees. Come find out about the fascinating life inside a bee hive. You’ll learn about the different jobs bees have, about the worker bees, the drones, and the queen bee. Nicole will explain how bees communicate, forage for nectar and pollen, how bees make honey, and the importance honey bees play in our lives. Head over to the Bee Booth and see if YOU can FIND THE QUEEN!