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Welcome to the WLBA!
2010 Field Clinic
Whether this is your first time here or you are already a member we are glad you found us. If you are just considering beekeeping or are already keeping bees and just want to find some like-minded people considering joining the WLBA.
Our members range from people who just started this season to people with over 20 years’ experience. So take a look around the site and hopefully you will find what you are looking for. If you don’t, come to our next meeting and you will find a great group of people who just want you to be successful in beekeeping.
Our primary objective is to provide a non-profit collective in which local beekeepers can meet to support each other, share information, and save money by purchasing as a group.
We strive to be a helpful, friendly, and informal group. Our members range in experience from people who haven’t yet started with bees to those who have kept bees for decades. We recognize that it takes input from each and every individual to make this association successful and beneficial to all.
Participation and the sharing of ideas is something we want from everybody, so please do not hesitate to Contact Us if you have any suggestions.
Monthly meetings are free and open to the public.
The May packaged bee delivery from Wilbanks in Georgia is full. Please contact Tim Wilbanks in Terre Haute directly to schedule another shipment. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Source: Wilbanks Apiary - Georgia
- $95 for 3 lb. package with mated queen
- Approximately 10,000 bees
- Marked queens also available for $26
Next WLBA Meeting
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Visitors are welcome.