NH Beekeepers Association

Supporting the NH honey bee together ๐Ÿ

The New Hampshire Beekeepers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and study of honey bees, beekeeping, and the economic importance of apiculture in the State of New Hampshire.

Events

Upcoming events in the NH beekeeping community

Beekeeping events hosted by NHBA, local clubs, and the academic community.

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Bee world fun fact

The Honey beeโ€™s wings stroke 11,400 times per minute, thus making their distinctive buzz.

News

News and updates from the New Hampshire beekeeping community

The buzz on keeping bees in New Hampshire. We work to help the bee population survive such threats as parasites, mites, and pesticides while supporting the bee keeping community.

Awareness
April 15, 2024

New Hampshire Beekeepers Oppose HB-1698, Urges Public to Act April 15, 2024ย 

HB-1698 undermines existing safeguards designed to protect both pollinators and public health
Resources

Resources for the NH beekeeping community

Your New Hampshire beekeeping source on suppliers, local queen production, citizen science, research, and more.

Join the association

Attend talks by both nationally and internationally renowned speakers on all areas of beekeeping and apiculture, ย connect with beekeepers from all over New Hampshire, and get access to member-only content on the website.

Clubs

Connect with your local beekeeping clubs

Local beekeeping associations throughout New Hampshire dedicated to apiculture and the education of the art & science of beekeeping among beekeepers, agriculture, and the general public.

Merrimack, NH

Merrimack Valley Beekeepers Association

1st Saturday of the month
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Social hour 6:30 PM, Bee talk: 7:30-9:00 PM
Bethlehem, NH 03574

North Country Beekeepers Association

Second Sunday of each month.
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6 PM- 8:30 PM
Warner, NH

Kearsarge Beekeepers

2nd Saturday of the month
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9:00-11:00 am

Help fund our efforts

Bee populations are critical for ensuring a healthy environment. Please give today to build a healthier, more resilient future for bees in New Hampshire and beyond.