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The Georgia Beekeepers Association is dedicated to promoting and supporting beekeeping across the state.

    • UGA Master Beekeeper Program

      Lectures and Testing - begins on September 19
    • More information about testing click here
    • General Conference with speakers - begins on September 20 at 9:00 am and ends on September 21 at 5:00 pm
    • Conference Program (Coming soon)
    • Honey show rules

    Have you seen this Yellow-Legged Hornet?

    Learn how to identify and report your sightings here on the UGA Honey Bee Program website.

     Support Georgia beekeeping by purchasing a Save the Honey Bee license plate!


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     Since 1920, the Georgia Beekeepers Association has been educating and providing connections for beekeepers across the state. 

    Learn More Here

    Promoting the use of products of Georgia beekeepers, including honey, bees, queens, beeswax, and other hive products and pollination services.  

    See Here

    The Georgia Department of Agriculture has recently implemented new regulations for honeybee control and removal in the state.

    As of January 1, 2023, companies and individuals providing bee removal services from structures must be certified and licensed under the Georgia Structural Pest Control Act. To learn more about the certification process and requirements, visit our Honeybee Removal License Requirements page.

    Members App

    With the WildApricot for Members app, GBA members can register for events and interact with fellow members from mobile devices.


    Interested in becoming a beekeeper?

    Follow these 10 tips

    Your hives can contribute to bee research. Click here to find out easy ways to be a part of Citizen Science projects about bees.

    Georgia Beekeepers Association

     is a 501(c)5 non-profit organization

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