Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers
Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers Association
Contact US by email: beekeepers@NEKBA.org
We are building a knowledgeable beekeeping community through fellowship, classes, and events. (more)
Membership connects you with other beekeepers, and supports a common effort to promote and protect bees and the beekeeping industry, of which we are all a part. Join the effort. We think you'll find that it’s worth the effort.
If you care about us, as we care about you's
You'll make no delay and send in your dues-
We try awful hard, we work without pay-
To help you keep bees, in a practical way.
Your continued support, will help us grow;
The Editor and staff- thought you'd like to know.
(Re-printed from NEKBA’s The Bee Buzzer, December 1980 page 4 – no author given, Editor: Maynard D. Curtis, KCK)
Join for the benefits. We offer region specific knowledge, and support for all levels. Join, renew, register, subscribe to bee magazines.
Membership dues are $15.00 per year, which covers the basics of insurance, newsletter, and postage. To conserve resources, let us send you the newsletter via email. Just let us know! You will get the newsletter in expeditiously in .pdf format, in color and without risk of damage through the postal service. We save over $2,400 annually in monetary expenses alone by sending via email. That helps! We save a lot in volunteer man hours and manual labor, too.
There are many benefits to NEKBA membership.
Become a member, renew your membership, or even register for an event:
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As a regional organization for Kansas beekeepers, we provide connections for beekeepers in Northeastern Kansas as well as throughout and to our state organization, the Kansas Honey Producers.
We do this in several ways: We hold monthly meetings. We also sponsor 2 educational events with outstanding speakers and workshops. One is Beginning Beekeeping Class. The second is held in June on the 6th Saturday. (June 5, 2021). We publish a monthly newsletter, The Bee Buzzer, which includes includes articles and information helpful to our beekeepers.
We also provide public education and service about beekeeping. Our members are speakers to garden clubs, schools, and other educational groups.
Join for the benefits. We offer region specific knowledge, and support for all levels. Join, renew, register, subscribe to bee magazines. Here's where you will be able to find and download a membership form or pay and register for membership or events and even subscribe or find a link to order a monthly bee magazine.