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US State Honey & Beekeeping Associations:

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Alabama [to Top]

Alabama Beekeepers Association
To assist in checking the spread of honey bee diseases, to spread and exchange information on experiences, ideas and improved methods of production and sale of queens, package bees and honey, to inform the public of the importance and value of honey bees as pollinators of plants and of honey as food for man and to elevate the business of beekeeping to a place of eminence in the agricultural industry.
Alabama Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Honey Bee Testing in Alabama
Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries honey bee testing labs
Madison County Beekeeper's Association
Located in Huntsville, AL

Alaska [to Top]

Alaska Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Alaska Wildflower Honey
Local honey company
Chugiak Heights Honey
Local honey company
Southcentral Alaska Beekeepers Association
SABA supports various functions and activities throughout the year.

Arizona [to Top]

Arizona Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Beekeepers Association of Central Arizona
Official site of the Beekeepers Association of Central Arizona. Goals are to educate and encourage our members and others interested in bees with their beekeeping skills and to provide those interested in bees an opportunity to meet for discussion and to share their knowledge and experience.
USDA Agricultural Research Service - Tuscon, Arizona
Carl Hayden Bee Research Center - Improve bee nutrition for healthier colonies, especially those used for commercial pollination. Evaluate problems in the pollination of agricultural crops.

Arkansas [to Top]

Arkansas Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

California [to Top]

California Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Colorado [to Top]

Colorado Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Boulder County Beekeepers Association
Boulder County Beekeepers Association (Colorado): Fully one third of all we eat is dependent upon honey bee pollination. But beekeepers are struggling for survival in the face of changing land use, heavy use of agricultural pesticides and a market flooded with foreign honey. Your support of local beekeepers will help to keep alive this old and intricate craft as a part of the region's agricultural heritage and bring to you the enjoyment of a honey long regarded as one of the finest in the United States.

Connecticut [to Top]

Connecticut Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Delaware [to Top]

Delaware Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

District of Columbia [to Top]

Washington, DC Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Florida [to Top]

Florida Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Georgia [to Top]

Georgia Beekeepers Association
Georgia Beekeepers Association will engage in any activity which will promote the common interests and general welfare of Georgia beekeepers and the beekeeping industry.
Georgia Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
University of Georgia Honey Bee Program
University of Georgia honey bee program.

Hawaii [to Top]

Hawaii Beekeepers Association
Hawaii Beekeepers' Association's mission is to assist and educate beekeepers, to maintain beekeepers' individual rights, to encourage beekeeping as a hobby and an industry, to promote natural beekeeping methods and to create a positive public image of beekeeping and bees.
Hawaii Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Idaho [to Top]

Idaho Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Illinois [to Top]

Fox Valley Beekeepers Association
Beekeeper organization in the Fox Valley region of Northern Illinois.
Illinois Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Illinois State Beekeepers Association
Information about Honey Bees, Honey, Stinging Insects, Products of the Hive, Swarms, and Beekeeping in Illinois.
Will County Beekeepers Association
Information about beekeepers in Will County in Illinois.

Indiana [to Top]

Indiana Beekeepers' Association
Indiana's largest beekeeping group (over 750 members).
Indiana Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Indiana State Beekeepers Association
Includes a honey locator and information about a beekeeper school.

Iowa [to Top]

Iowa Honey Producers Association
Iowa Honey Producers Association purpose is to help document and expound upon the experiences and expertise of beekeepers across the state of Iowa.
Iowa Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Kansas [to Top]

Kansas Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Kentucky [to Top]

Kentucky State Beekeepers Association
Dedicated to the promotion of honeybees, beekeeping, and honeybee pollination in Kentucky. It aims to provide training in the art of beekeeping, the production of honey, and raising Queen Bees.
Kentucky Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Louisiana [to Top]

Louisiana Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
USDA Agricultural Research Service - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics and Physiology Research Unit - Improving honey bee stock and honey bee management. This broad mission includes components related to problems caused by varroa mites, tracheal mites and Africanized honey bees.

Maine [to Top]

Maine Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Maryland [to Top]

Maryland Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Maryland State Beekeepers Association
Maryland State Beekeepers' Association - Founded in 1908.
Montgomery County Beekeepers Association of Maryland
Montgomery County Beekeepers Association of Maryland.

Massachusetts [to Top]

Massachusetts Beekeepers Association
Massachusetts Beekeepers Association.
Massachusetts Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Middlesex County Beekeepers Association of Massachusetts
Middlesex County Beekeepers Association of Massachusetts.

Michigan [to Top]

Michigan Beekeepers
Weak on content, but includes some information about beekeeping.
Michigan Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Southwest Michigan Beekeepers Association
Southwest Michigan Beekeepers Association promotes the interests of beekeepers, both commercial and hobbyists, with educational and social activities.

Minnesota [to Top]

Minnesota Department of Agriculture Apiary Program
The MDA recognizes and appreciates that the apiary industry is an important component of Minnesota agriculture and, as such, we will continue to do our best to support the needs and activities of the industry.
Minnesota Hobby Beekeepers Association
Exists to exchange ideas and experiences about beekeeping. Generally hobby beekeepers with some sideline beekeepers.
Minnesota Honey Producers Association
Minnesota Honey Producer's Association (MHPA) is a non-profit organization made up of commercial and hobby beekeepers. The goal of the organization is to promote the use of honey and to provide a better understanding of the role of honeybees throughout the Midwest. The organization was founded in 1907, and is one of the largest in the United States.
Minnesota Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
North Central Beekeepers Association
The North Central Beekeepers Assocation (NCBA) is a non-profit group, formed in 1949, dedicated to promoting and developing the beekeeping industry. They assist and educate members and prospective beekeepers, promote the use of honey through a honey queen program, as well as maintain a booth at the Crow Wing County Fair for members to market their honey, beeswax candles, and other hive products and provide public information and education on all things bees.
Northeast Minnesota Beekeepers Association
This non-profit organization for beekeepers and people interested in beekeeping began in 2008. The Association is based primarily out of Carlton and Duluth MN, and covers a geographical area from Togo, MN to southern Superior, WI and Two Harbors to Sandstone.
Tri-County Beekeepers Association
Beekeepers from Benton, Stearns, and Sherburne counties of Central Minnesota. The Association meets monthly at the Whitney Senior Center, St Cloud MN on the 1st Tuesday of the Month [Feb - Nov].
University of Minnesota Bee Lab
One-stop source for education and research related to bees.

Mississippi [to Top]

Mississippi Beekeepers Association
Pupose is the advancement and protection of the interests of beekeepers commercially, educationally and socially.
Mississippi Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Missouri [to Top]

Missouri Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Missouri State Beekeepers Association
Missouri State Beekeepers Association promotes beekeeping to advise and support all beekeepers, from the backyard hobbyist to the commercial pollinator.

Montana [to Top]

Montana Department of Agriculture Apiary Program
Montana Department of Agriculture Apiary Program.
Montana Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Nebraska [to Top]

Nebraska Beekeepers Association
Nebraska Beekeepers Association: Nebraska Beekeepers have been meeting and publishing a monthly newsletter for over 100 years.
Nebraska Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Nevada [to Top]

Halleluyah Honey
All natural honey from Nevada.
Nevada Beekeepings
Honey, Beekeeping Supplies, Swarm Capture & Colony Removals.
Nevada Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

New Hampshire [to Top]

New Hampshire Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

New Jersey [to Top]

New Jersey Beekeepers Association
New Jersey Beekeepers Association.
New Jersey Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

New Mexico [to Top]

New Mexico Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

New York [to Top]

New York Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

North Carolina [to Top]

Macon County Beekeepers Association
Macon County Beekeepers Association (North Carolina).
North Caroloina Beekeepers Association
North Caroloina Beekeepers Association: With 1500+ members statewide and beyond our borders, we are the largest and one of the most active state beekeeping organizations in the country.
North Carolina Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

North Dakota [to Top]

North Dakota Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Ohio [to Top]

Ohio Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Ohio State Beekeepers Association
Serves beekeepers in Ohio and is associated with other organizations who have an interest in beekeeping.
Tri-County Beekeepers Association
Serves beekeepers and the general public in Wayne, Holmes, and Ashland counties. The association is located in North Central Ohio in the city of Wooster, OH.

Oklahoma [to Top]

Oklahoma Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Oklahoma State Beekeepers' Association
Oklahoma State Beekeepers' Association (OSBA).

Oregon [to Top]

Oregon Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Oregon State Beekeepers Association
Oregon State Beekeepers Association: a diverse bunch of individuals who share a fascination for the honeybee and its workings.

Pennsylvania [to Top]

Pennsylvania Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Puerto Rico [to Top]

Puerto Rico Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Rhode Island [to Top]

Rhode Island Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

South Carolina [to Top]

South Carolina Beekeepers
South Carolina Beekeepers - News from Clemson University.
South Carolina Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

South Dakota [to Top]

South Dakota Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Tennessee [to Top]

Beekeeping Guide (University of Tennessee)
Our guide is based on "Beekeeping in Tennessee" which was compiled and edit by Harry Williams and John Skinner of the University of Tennessee College of Agriculture. You'll find several references that are specific to the climate and apiary laws of Tennessee.
Tennessee Beekeepers Association
Tennessee Beekeepers Association's objectives include the promotion of modern, scientific beekeeping throughout Tennessee, encouragement of youth in the art of beekeeping, and informing the public of the importance of the honey bee.
Tennessee Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Texas [to Top]

Austin Area Beekeepers Association
AABA is a social group of people who are interested in getting together to chat about honeybees and other pollinators, share books and ideas on the subject, and establish some cooperatively managed honeybee colonies around town.
Harris County Beekeepers Association
Harris County Beekeepers Association (Texas): For over a century, the Harris County Beekeepers Association has been assisting hobbyists, sideliners, and commercial beekeepers in Harris County and surrounding areas, including the Houston Metroplex.
Houston Beekeepers Association
Houston Beekeepers Association is composed of both backyard and professional beekeepers in the Houston area.
North Texas Beekeepers
North Texas Beekeepers - Collin County Hobby Beekeepers Association (CCHBA): comprised of men, women and youth interested in the art of beekeeping.
Texas Beekeepers Association
Texas Beekeepers Association.
Texas Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Utah [to Top]

Utah Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
USDA Agricultural Research Service - Logan, Utah
Biology, Management and Systematics Research Unit - founded in the late 1940s as part of the alfalfa seed production unit. We focus primarily on pollination research with bees.
Utah County Beekeepers Association
Embracing all Beekeepers and Methodologies for the Advancement and Understanding of our Culture. A forum where local beekeepers can share ideas, discuss the culture, explore methodologies, and support one another.

Vermont [to Top]

Vermont Beekeepers Association
Vermont Beekeepers Association represents over 1000 beekeepers who raise bees for love and honey.
Vermont Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Virginia [to Top]

Virginia Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Virginia State Beekeepers Association
Virginia State Beekeepers Association.

Washington [to Top]

Puget Sound Beekeepers Association
Puget Sound Beekeepers Association (Washington) was formed to promote the common interest and general welfare of beekeeping, to protect honeybees, to educate beekeepers, encourage good bee management practices, and to encourage good public relations between beekeepers and the public.
Washington Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
West Sound Beekeepers Association
West Sound Beekeepers Association (Washington) purpose is to assist its members, other members in the community interested in bees, and the public at large with a continuing education in the art and science of beekeeping.

West Virginia [to Top]

West Virginia Beekeepers Association
The West Virginia Beekeepers Association (WVBA) is a strong supporter of the Beekeeper Assistance Program which benefits all registered beekeepers. In March, 2002, the Honeybee was named the West Virginia State Insect. The State Legislature recognized the potential of the honey industry in the state. This project was initiated by a state beekeeper and supported by WVBA.
West Virginia Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Wisconsin [to Top]

Honey Bee - Wisconsin State Insect
Honey Bee - Wisconsin State Insect.
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association promotes the use of honey and hive products, as well as research into beekeeping problems and issues.
Wisconsin Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.

Wyoming [to Top]

Wyoming Honey Suppliers
List of honey suppliers provided by the National Honey Board.
Alabama   Alaska   Arizona   Arkansas   California   Colorado   Connecticut   Delaware   District of Columbia   Florida   Georgia   Hawaii   Idaho   Illinois   Indiana   Iowa   Kansas   Kentucky   Louisiana   Maine   Maryland   Massachusetts   Michigan   Minnesota   Mississippi   Missouri   Montana   Nebraska   Nevada   New Hampshire   New Jersey   New Mexico   New York   North Carolina   North Dakota   Ohio   Oklahoma   Oregon   Pennsylvania   Puerto Rico   Rhode Island   South Carolina   South Dakota   Tennessee   Texas   Utah   Vermont   Virginia   Washington   West Virginia   Wisconsin   Wyoming