General Meeting @ Montgomery County 4-H Center
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm
Beekeeping is often defined as applied bee biology, learning what and how bees do what they do and then using this knowledge to improve harvest or pollination potential and or enjoyment of bee culture. Dr. Deborah Delaney, professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware, will deliver a detailed presentation on Honey Bee Biology so that you can understand and utilize this information. She has over 20 years of experience working with pollinators, (specifically honey bees) and maintains between 50- 100 colonies in  Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. Anyone who has heard her speak will testify that her presentations are informative, understandable and entertaining.
Additionally, association member Vincent Rinchiuso will discuss beekeeper liability insurance options and coverage.
Wax Dipping
Oct 5 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Wax Dipping
Oct 6 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

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What is the MCBAPA?

The Montgomery County Beekeepers’ Association of Pennsylvania (MCBAPA), is an organization of hobbyist and professional beekeepers that serves Montgomery, Bucks and surrounding counties in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The mission of the association is to provide education, support, hands-on training, and fellowship in all aspects of the beekeeping experience. We welcome experienced as well as novice beekeepers to participate in our monthly meetings, social events and field trips.

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Membership Benefits

Some of the benefits of membership with MCBAPA are:

Participation in a variety of activities and meetings on advanced beekeeping topics.

Access to a variety of educational material.

Access to the club newsletter.

Questions about joining MCBAPA?
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We offer a variety of beekeeping services.

Are you a beekeeper that may have infected equipment? Or a homeowner with an intimidating swarm of bees in your tree? The MCBAPA and its members offer a variety of services that can help. From education to swarm removal, the MCBAPA works to promote honeybee health in our community.

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Register Your Hives!

Pennsylvania requires that every beekeeper in the Commonwealth be registered. The registration costs $10.00 for a two calendar-year period and covers all apiaries and hives owned by that person. Registration information can be found here on the Pennsylvania State Beekeepers website.

Beekeeping Services Provided by Montgomery County Beekeepers Association