We would like to welcome all beekeepers to visit the Haywood County Beekeepers Chapter (HCBC) of the North Carolina State Beekeepers Association and it is our hope that the information contained in this website will enlighten and inspire about honeybees. Our goal is to offer information and encouragement to beekeepers of all levels as together we learn and grow in our desire to care for bees as we help our local community to understand more about these busy pollinators of the environment.
Haywood County Beekeepers Chapter (HCBC)
Since 2012, HCBC has grown to over a hundred honeybee enthusiasts; mostly as hobbyists who manage only a few hives. However, the club does have members who are certified, journeyman, or master beekeepers with varying ranges of expertise, some of these members have over forty-
First Tuesday at 7:00 PM
589 Raccoon Road
Waynesville, NC 28786
P.O. Box 1391
Clyde, NC 28721
As beekeepers, we understand the impact that bees have on the environment and on our society, because honeybees pollinate crops that are responsible for one out of every three bites of food that people consume. From a national perspective, this represents a fruit, vegetable, and crop industry totaling more than $14 billion dollars that allows local communities to grow food. Additionally, honeybees pollinate many plants in the natural landscape, And, there is always lots of honey to go around. Below are a few of the annual activities and services that the Haywood County Beekeepers Chapter provides to its members and the community:
June 1, 2021
Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 1, 2021 and it will be conducted online through ZOOM at 7 PM. Burton Beasley will speak about urdue Leg Chewers and Genetic Selection in our own apiaries. Continue to check our Haywood Extension web page for the link to join! If you have issues you can always contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a current HCBC member who has not renewed their membership, then please renew your membership in the Haywood County Beekeepers Chapter. New beekeepers are always welcome to join us too. Click here for a renewal or new application form.
Dr. Bill Skelton,
Haywood County Extension Director
One of our favorite club activities is recruiting new beekeepers. You can join the hive by completing an HCBC membership form and mail it to Haywood County Bee Club, PO Box 1391, Clyde, NC 28721, along with a check for the amount indicated on the application. Better yet, print out the membership form and bring it to one of our monthly meetings!
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Haywood County Extension Center. Guests are always welcome to come and enjoy the buzzing activity, because we care about sharing beekeeping knowledge with each other, and our community.
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