Memphis Area Beekeepers AssociationP.O. Box 38028, Germantown, TN 38183 /////// Meeting Location: 7777 Walnut Grove Rd. | Memphis, TN 38120
Welcome to the Memphis Area Beekeepers Association webpages.
We are a club of professionals and amateurs interested in beekeeping in and around the Mid-South. We are a diverse group, the one thing we have in common is that we are interested in bees and beekeeping. Some of us have many hives and others have none. We all love honey and honeybees!
Want to join the club? Download a 2021 Memphis Area Beekeepers Registration Form, and mail it to us (address is on the form), or bring it with your payment to our next meeting.
We are now on Facebook and Twitter, please follow us! All MABA-sponsored events will be posted here as well as on Facebook and Twitter. These will include MABA meetings, short courses, field days, and other beekeeping events throughout the Mid-South that may be of interest to members and the public.
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Do you have a swarm at your house that needs to be removed? Or bees in your house? Click the 2021 List of Independent Beekeepers for Swarm Removals to see a list of names and phone numbers of MABA members willing to remove swarms or honeybees from your home.
Join us at our Upcoming Events!
July 19, 2021 at 6:30 pm – Northeast Arkansas Beekeepers Association – Kent Williams, who was the speaker at the March 2021 MABA meeting (through Google Meet), will be in Jonesboro, AR on Monday 7/19/21. The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm in the ASU Reynolds building. Plan to go and learn about your bees! Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/328523321105073/permalink/832468624043871/
August 9, 2021 at 7 pm – MABA August 2021 Meeting – Speaker and Subject TBD! We anticipate meeting at the Agricenter once again. See y’all there!
October 8-9, 2021 – The Tennessee Beekeepers Association “Bee-ing Inspired” 2021 Annual Fall Conference will be at MTSU this year! Registration is open now!
From the Tennessee Department of Agriculture: Consider registering your apiary and commercially grown crops sensitive to pesticides with the FieldWatch program, developed by Purdue University in response to the recent dicamba overspray events of the last few years. Read more about it here.
Honeybee Tennessee license plate
Don’t have your Honeybee Tennessee (Save the Honey Bee) license plate yet? Don’t worry, you can still get them here:
https://honeybeetn.org/license-plates. Don’t forget to follow them on FaceBook:
We meet at 7 P.M., every second Monday of the month at the Agricenter, 7777 Walnut Grove Road around back in “Concourse C.” Should you decide to come, remember “Concourse C” and look for us in one of two locations, either the Banquet Room to the left as you enter the building or in the Amphitheater.
Remember to bring questions and drop them in the box as you enter. All questions will be taken from the box and answered during the meeting. We often have an open question format following presentations, please feel free to ask you questions.
Educational programs for groups in the area.
Help in removing honeybees that invade the spaces of people. If you have honeybees on your property and would like them removed, click on the List of Independent Beekeepers for Swarm Removals tab above to see a list of people willing to help.