The Worcester County Beekeepers Association has been a leader in beekeeping education for 122 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 membership meetings and outreach activities, the club provides ongoing education for our members.
Membership has its benefits! Quarterly newsletter, discount on beekeeping trade journals (Bee Culture and American Bee Journal), free admittance to the all WCBA meetings which include our March and October speaker meetings, discount honey jar ordering, club honey extractor program and much, much more. Don't delay, Join or Renew Today!
Membership renewals are due by December 31st every year. Annual Dues are $15 per membership. You can renew online with optional auto renewal or by mail or at any of the official club meetings. If you signed up with a family membership, you will only have one membership and one log-in.
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The Philip Pike Memorial Library
Our library of beekeeping literature that is available for our members. The library is lovingly and painstakingly maintained at the home of Director John Hedly.
WCBA Newsletter is provided to all members on a quarterly basis. Each publication incudes: Letter from our President, Seasonal tips from our very own Bee Whisperer Ken Warchol, Meeting & Event details, Legislative update, quarterly financial report.
Member Bee stories, poems, photos are welcome.