Report a Swarm

What is a honeybee swarm? Honeybee swarms are one of the most beautiful and interesting phenomena in nature. A swarm starting to leave its home is a thrilling sight. A

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2018 Membership

Membership with SCBA entitles you to many benefits but first and foremost you are supporting the bees! SCBA Membership General Membership $50.00 Includes up to two adults in the same

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Sonoma Bees Fire Fund

On October 8, 2017, wildfires engulfed large parts of Northern California. It took nearly three weeks to contain these disastrous fires which burned more than 56,556 acres, destroyed an estimated

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About SCBA

Sonoma County Beekeepers' Association promotes honey bees and beekeeping to the public through education, events and exhibits, while building a strong beekeeping community. Our members not only tend to their own bees, but also are beekeeping ambassadors throughout the county and beyond. They teach school children and the public about the importance of bees, staff booths and present at county...

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Calendar Events

General Meeting Information Our meetings are open to the public and you don't have to be a member to attend....

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Educational Presentations

SCBA Providing honey bee education for the public and schools. Fill out the form below to make a request for an Honey...

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SCBA's monthly newsletter, The Extractor, is a collection of  'bee & beekeeping' articles and stories by exceptional authors, you will...

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What can you do to help the honeybees?

We invite you to attend one of our monthly meetings to learn more about bees and beekeeping. Today, honeybees face enormous odds for survival. Bee populations are threatened by many factors, including loss of habitats, pesticide and herbicide use, and diseases. Join us to increase awareness, provide forage by planting in your garden, reduce your use of pesticides and share in promoting and providing strong, sustainable bee-friendly communities.
Regular monthly meetings of the Sonoma County Beekeepers’ Association are held on the second Monday of each month, at 7 p.m. at the 4-H Center in Rohnert Park (behind 24 Hour Fitness). The meetings cover a wide range of interesting topics for beekeepers and the general public.

Everyone is welcome!

Contact us for Community Education and School Presentations –

Our goal is to increase interest in and knowledge of bees and beekeeping for the hobby and commercial beekeeper, and to educate the general public in the value of bees.

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