Joining Puget Sound Beekeepers Association is one of the best ways to become involved in local beekeeping and to learn how to help the honey bee. PSBA has its finger on the pulse of what is happening in the world of beekeeping – current research on honey bee health, the top techniques in modern day beekeeping, and what to do with your honey harvest – we cover it all!
Don’t miss out on the fantastic opportunities PSBA has to offer, join today!
Puget Sound Beekeepers Association is a 100% volunteer run organization. And the good news is that volunteering is fun!!
- Want to share how good honey is with others? Work the PSBA table at one of the local festivals we attend!
- Want to get kids interested in nature, beekeeping and helping the honey bee? We have speaking opportunities at local elementary schools!
- Want to write a monthly blurb about something “honey bee”? Be a part of our Publishing Committee!
- Want to have a say about how PSBA is run? Become a board member!
We have a number of committees that need volunteers (Research, Education, Meeting Coordination, etc.) as well as the opportunities to get out and have fun teaching people about honey bees!
Throughout the year, PSBA members conduct research on a variety of topics: How much honey does a colony need to survive winter in the Pacific Northwest? Are there too many urban hives in Seattle?
Some of these projects will need your help! Visit the PSBA Research Blog, contact our Research Committee Chair to see where you can help or fill out the form above and check the box next to “Research”.
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