Welcome


The Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association has been a local beekeeping organization since 1974

Current Board Members are:

 President : Kevin Easton   Vice president : Sierra Malnove

Treasurer : Tom De Groot   Secretary : Peter Chontos

Immediate Past President Al Salopek


Our monthly meetings are the first Friday of every month at 6:30pm at Pine Jog Environmental Education Center.  Click here for a map to Pine Jog 

Click Here to See Minutes of Our Meetings

All Palm Beach County Beekeeper Association meetings are open to the public and are free of charge. We offer speakers, workshops, conferences, and hands-on training throughout the year to help you learn more about bees and beekeeping.

You may become a voting member of the Palm Beach County Beekeepers by joining the organization.

         CLICK HERE.. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?              fromEmail=true&formkey=dFFubzE0M1JGNTBnOWNJVC1YcEFCdWc6MA

Click Here to See Our Constitution

Click Here to See Our By-Laws

 Membership is $20.00 per year.

Of that $20.00, $15.00 applies toward your membership in the State of Florida Beekeepers Association. The remaining $5.00 goes to the Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association. It doesn't cover all our costs but it does help. 

telephone: 561-206-4483 (leave a message)

Bee Problems and Live Removals

The Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association does not do bee removals but a number of our members do. 

 Click here to view our members that do Bee Removals

Questions about how live removals are performed call us at: 561-206-4483


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Latest Activity

Steven Brown posted a status
"What do you think, Shrivel Wing? Varroa no doubt."
23 hours ago
Steven Brown posted a photo
23 hours ago
Kevin Easton posted a status
"Fair visitors Thursday kept volunters beez with the latest buzz on the bees. Great job Krista, Roger, Len,Frank, Carol & Darren. Kudos!!!"
yesterday
Steven Brown liked Krista Butler's photo
yesterday
Bijoy Abraham liked Brendhan J. Horne's discussion A stinging incident and they consulted with me.
yesterday
Krista Butler posted a photo

Jan 26, 2015

As Kevin Easton put it... a Carnie bee just getting some energy...Photo by Kelli Ferguson#‎Bee‬ ‪#‎Honeybee‬ ‪#‎Hive‬ ‪#‎Comb‬ ‪#‎BeeBarfApiaries‬ ‪#‎SafeRemoval‬ ‪#‎Relocation‬ ‪#‎Presentations‬ ‪#‎Information‬ ‪#‎Education‬ ‪#‎Honey‬ ‪#‎Wax‬
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priscilla maldonado posted a video

Checking my beehive

This is how i check my beehive everyday without bothering my bees too much, i am looking for shb, wax moth,varroa, and bee behavior, if they are bringing pol...
yesterday
Kevin Easton posted a status
"We could use a few more volunteers for Friday night 7-10 PM shift. Should bee a great night at the fair. Let me know if your available. TY!"
Thursday
Kevin Easton posted a status
"Kudos to Wednesday's volunteers for hanging in there on such a breezy and chilly day! Kitty, Carol, John and Roger, thanks 4 your support!!"
Thursday
Kevin Easton liked Brendhan J. Horne's discussion A stinging incident and they consulted with me.
Wednesday
Kevin Easton liked Lee Wisnioski's photo
Wednesday
Kevin Easton posted a status
"A chilly day at the fair Tuesday didn't keep our volunteers away. Thank you Krista, Kelly, Allison, Jim, Len, Spencer & Shawn for the help!"
Wednesday
Lee Wisnioski posted a photo
Wednesday
Steven Brown might attend Kevin Easton's event

NatureScaping 2015 at MacArthur Beach State Park at MacArthur State Park on Singer Island

March 14, 2015 from 10am to 3pm
An outdoor festival will be held at MacArthur State Park Saturday March 14th from 10-3:00 pm.Our club will bee there helping educate people and selling honey to support our education goals.If you would like to help volunteer please leave a comment below. We could use 8-10 volunteers to cover our booth.Come and support our club. Tell your friends that PBC Beekeepers is the latest buzz in town and that we appreciate their support.See More
Wednesday
Leonard & Bebe Khan is attending Kevin Easton's event

NatureScaping 2015 at MacArthur Beach State Park at MacArthur State Park on Singer Island

March 14, 2015 from 10am to 3pm
An outdoor festival will be held at MacArthur State Park Saturday March 14th from 10-3:00 pm.Our club will bee there helping educate people and selling honey to support our education goals.If you would like to help volunteer please leave a comment below. We could use 8-10 volunteers to cover our booth.Come and support our club. Tell your friends that PBC Beekeepers is the latest buzz in town and that we appreciate their support.See More
Wednesday
Leonard & Bebe Khan liked Kevin Easton's event NatureScaping 2015 at MacArthur Beach State Park
Wednesday

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Swarm Catchers

To join the group "Swarm Catchers" go to Groups 

click on the group swarm catchers

click on join this group

http://www.palmbeachbeekeepers.com/groups

To view Swarm box locations click here

To add a box location click here

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Odds and Ends !

Started by Kevin Easton. Last reply by Kevin Easton Aug 20, 2014. 30 Replies

Looking to buy, sell or trade something?  Members who want to buy, sell or trade various odds and ends, bee related or not, should post their items under this section.Continue

Tags: Trade, Sell, Buy

Palm Beach Beekeepers Hosting Fl. State Beekeepers 2014 State Convention

Started by Al Salopek. Last reply by Sara King White Sep 18, 2013. 23 Replies

I have been approached by the President of the State of Fl Beekeepers Assoc (Keith Counsel) asking if Palm Beach Beekeepers Assoc would like to host the 2014 convention in Palm Beach County.The State Assoc. would pay for the event but we would help…Continue

Hive Inspections - Important Information

Started by Mr. Clean. Last reply by Lee Wisnioski May 28, 2014. 17 Replies

The inspection form has a voluntary Best Practices Management (BPM) program.  If you agree to the BPM program, you agree to immediately re-queening your hives if the marked queen is not found.  BPM also includes a recommended provision about…Continue

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Re-queen

Started by John Bickley. Last reply by Mr. Clean Sep 29, 2013. 16 Replies

It has been suggested that I re-queen my hive for a more docile nest. Any suggestions on what type of queen I should look for, and would now be a good time to do this?Continue

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