Worcester County
Beekeepers Association   

established in 1900

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Worcester County is a big place. With it comes a large number of beekeepers. WCBA orders glass honey jars by the truckload, so we get a huge discount and pass our savings on to club members.

Each Spring you have the opportunity to buy-in as few, or as many as you want, at one low price. Look for the order form in your Spring edition of Apiary News.

Extractor Rental

As a beekeeper, equipment can get expensive. As a WCBA member, you can rent equipment instead of buying it. Fees are minimal, and there are certain rules you must follow, depending on the equipment

Each Fall you have the opportunity to rent one from our fleet of honey extractors for just a few dollars. Look for the order form in your Fall edition of Apiary News.


The Phillip Pike Memorial Library is a vast library of beekeeping literature and DVDs that are available for our members to borrow.

The library is lovingly and painstakingly maintained at the home of our member Beekeeper and President Kathy DeGraaf. COMING SOON - You can see the catalog and borrow a title here.

The Worcester County Beekeepers Association has been a leader in beekeeping education for over one hundred years. We are the oldest county beekeeping organization in the United States, with members from all over New England. Through our beekeeping school, quarterly newsletters, monthly meetings and outreach activities, the club provides ongoing education for our members.

W. C. B. A.
P.O. BOX 415
Northborough, MA 01532

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