US National Beekeeper Survey (Closes April 1, 2016)

US National Beekeeper Survey (Closes April 1st, 2016)

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey! Through this brief questionnaire we are hoping to gain a better understanding of current beekeeper demographics. We aim to provide current statistics to the beekeeping industry, beekeepers, and also better focus our education, outreach, and networking efforts in the beekeeping community. Your information is completely anonymous. Data will be analyzed by the Bee Girl organization’s Executive Director, Sarah Red-Laird, and Scientific Adviser, Scott Debnam, and published on www.beegirl.org. This survey will close on April 1st, 2016.


While there are very succinct colony loss and honey production surveys each year, there hasn’t been a comprehensive “beekeeper” survey for years. With the popularity of beekeeping on the rise, no one can argue with the fact that the beekeeper demographic has changed in the last decade. As educators, researchers, and individuals making up an industry, we should know who we are. Moving forward, having a grasp on census data of the industry will help us to know where, who, and how to reach out for better policy making, research, issue advocacy, continuing education, etc. 

Continue to Survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1De-WAUHL6s3QVIPvntA0KgNCI8nJDFRZ9dXRD84tjuI/viewform?c=0&w=1


US National Beekeeper Survey

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey! Through this brief questionnaire we are hoping to gain a better understanding of current beekeeper demographics. We aim to provide current statistics to the beekeeping industry, beekeepers, and also better focus our education, outreach, and networking efforts in the beekeeping community. Your information is completely anonymous. Data will be analyzed by the Bee Girl organization’s Executive Director, Sarah Red-Laird, and Scientific Adviser, Scott Debnam, and published on www.beegirl.org. This survey will close on March 18th, 2016. 

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