Save The Honey Bee License Plate



GA Honey Bee License Plate

Click here for information on how to get your own!
We get $22 from every tag sold to benefit GBA's education of beekeepers and education about bees. Thank you for supporting the honey bee.



Plants help bees and other pollinators. Bees get most of their nectar from flowering trees. If you'd like to learn more about flowering trees that will help the bees, click here.
If you don't have room to add a tree, there are also shrubs listed at the same link which will provide nectar for bees.




Do you want to learn more about beekeeping?

Please find a local beekeepers club for education on beekeeping.


Pesticide kill?

It's important that you report it, see how.


GBA Meetings

Meeting dates have been announced for the next several years. They are:
Year Spring Fall
2022 Feb 18-19 Macon, GA Sept 22-24
2023 Feb 17-18 Sept 28-30

Help support beekeepers in Georgia by donating to the Buzz Fund!



The Georgia Beekeepers Association

As the state organization for Georgia beekeepers, we provide connections for beekeepers across the state. We do this in several ways:

  • We hold two meetings a year with outstanding speakers and workshops. Our Spring Meeting is held the third weekend in February, and the Fall Meeting is held on the last weekend in September.
  • We publish a monthly newsletter, Spilling the Honey, which includes events and meetings held by clubs across the state each month and throughout the newsletter we include articles and information helpful to our state beekeepers.
  • We also provide public education and service about beekeeping. Our members are speakers to garden clubs, schools, and other educational groups. We have established apiaries in state parks throughout Georgia, have participated in educating prisoners to become beekeepers.
  • We provide a list of beekeepers selling bees, honey and providing services to help the public such as removing swarms or bees living in structures like houses.
  • We send representatives to national beekeeping meetings to assure that we have current knowledge available to us in Georgia.
  • We use the Buzz Fund Grant to support research in the beekeeping community.



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