NOTICE: Due to growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus and our President’s urging to cancel gatherings of 10+ people, our March meeting is CANCELED. We will move the planned March presentation to our April 23rd meeting. We will keep you posted on the status of our April 23rd meeting as that date gets closer.
SWARMS: If you have honey bees swarming on your property, please don’t harm them! Simply call a local beekeeper who will come out and relocate them to a new area where they can continue their important pollination efforts safely. For a list of beekeepers, click on our SWARMS page.
The Caswell County Beekeepers Association meets every fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00PM (except November and December) in the basement of the Agriculture Building next to the Historic Courthouse in downtown Yanceyville, NC. The public is invited to join us for socializing and the meeting.
We discuss a variety of aspects of beekeeping in Caswell County, North Carolina including:
- Colony management
- Beekeeping equipment
- Beekeeping and honey bee problems and their solutions
- Honey and other beekeeping products.
We are a local chapter of the North Carolina State Beekeepers Association.