Our mission is to educate local beekeepers in best practices relating to beekeeping while training new beekeepers and providing a source for mentoring relationships as well as peer to peer collaboration on current beekeeping topics. In addition to training, we are also focused on increasing awareness with the general public and government of the honey bees’ crucial role in the natural world.
Our next Twin Rivers Beekeepers Association Meeting will be January 14th at 6:15pm at the Ware County Library in Waycross. Our guest speaker will be Jordon Thomas (Thomas Honey Farm)
We hope to see you all there!
The Twin Rivers Beekeepers Assocciation encourages mentoring in beekeeping management.
Interested in keeping bees? A good way to get started is attend local club meetings and events. Each meeting has an educational component to keep local beekeepers up to date on current trends in good hive management.
Another way to educate yourself is to speak to an experienced beekeeper in your area who can give you some sage advice. We believe it is important to the success of new beekeepers to have a “support network” of experienced beekeepers to help answer your questions and even do on-site visits at your bee yard.
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Our next Twin Rivers Beekeepers Association Meeting will be be January 14th at 6:15pm at the Ware County Library in Waycross. Our guest speaker will be Jordon Thomas (Thomas Honey Farm)