Our Biz is Bees

Local business and PMBA member John Rockrohr offers workshops and classes. In early February, John teaches the club sponsored bee school - "Beekeeping For The 1st Year And Beyond." He also teaches multiple classes during the year including: Swarm Prevention, What to do with your new Nuc, How to get bees through winter, Wax rendering and candle making and Oxalic acid dribble and candy board making. Click here for more information.

Oregon Master Beekeeper Program

Are you interested in learning how to become a better beekeeper? Have you experienced problems in the past that you'd like to remedy? Do you want to help others learn about bees? The Oregon Master Beekeeper program is for you!

Bee Informed Partnership

Bee Informed Partnership Inc (BIP) is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization using science-based, data-driven approaches to improve the health and long-term sustainability of honey bees (Apis mellifera), other plant pollinators and the ecosystems upon which they depend.

Scientific Beekeeping

Randy Oliver is a very prominent citizen scientist based in California. Browse his website here.

Honey Bee Health Coalition: Varroa Management

Every honey bee colony in the United States and Canada either has Varroa mites today or will have them within several months. The Coalition has developed a variety of resources for beekeepers to utilize as they combat this deadly pest. Click here to browse their fantastic resources on varroa management.

OSU Residential Beekeeping Best Practices

Best-practice guidelines for nuisance-free beekeeping in Oregon. Click here to download.

Honey Bee Suite

A website hosted by Rusty Burlew, a master beekeeper living in western Washington. Rusty is also the director of the Native Bee Conservancy, a non-profit organization dedicated to education about wild pollinators. Click here to explore.

The Xerces Society

The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is an international nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats. 

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