"The Official Organization for All Indiana Beekeepers"
A 501(c)(3) organization
The Beekeepers of Indiana Fall Conference will be held at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, Indiana. The board of directors meeting will be Friday, October 28th and the membership meeting will be Saturday, October 29th. Click here to see a tentative agenda.
Registration is now open for the Fall Conference Bee School and the Fall Meeting and Conference. BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE CORRECT EVENT.
Fall Meeting and Conference, you may register online or by downloading the registration form and mailing it in.
To register online,.
Registration includes coffee, juice and donuts as well as a buffet lunch. Lunch will be a choice of All American (Grilled burgers, brats, and hot dogs, buns and condiments, molasses baked beans, classic potato salad, pasta salad, potato chips & dips) or Deli Buffet (Mixed green salad, pasta salad or soup du jour, sliced ham, roasted turkey, roast beef, assorted cheeses, assorted bread, classic toppings and condiments.
All rooms have been released to the public. All rooms include breakfast served from 6:00 am to 10:00 am. Room Types are: Double Queen, King, Log Cabins and Cottages.
Kings and Doubles - $149
Cottages - $179
Log Cabins - $399
To book a room, you may call the hotel and tell them you are with The Beekeepers of Indiana. If rooms are available, they will honor our rate. The phone number is 800-935-5616, ext. 763.
The Beekeepers of Indiana (TBoI) will hold a beginning beekeeping school in conjunction with the annual Fall conference. If you are interested in keeping honeybees or if you are just interested in learning more about this amazing creature, this school is for you. The Beekeeping School is designed for beekeepers that have little to no experience in beekeeping and will offer the basics on honey bees but will focus on beekeeping and relevant information on challenges new beekeepers may encounter their first year and beyond.
Registration is now open for Beekeeping School for the Fall Conference. You may register online or by downloading the registration form and mailing it in.
For additional information about the beekeeping school, contact Larry Kemerly, email@example.com, or call.
Click here to see the bios for the candidates running for a position on The Beekeepers of Indiana board.
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About the guest speaker.....................................
Dr. Ernesto Guzman is a Professor and Director of the University of Guelph’s Honey Bee Research Centre in Ontario, Canada. He got a DVM degree in 1982 and obtained M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Entomology from the University of California at Davis in 1989 and 1992, respectively. Dr Guzman has worked for several research and academic institutions in Mexico, the USA and Canada. His research has focused on genetics, behaviour, and diseases of honey bees. Dr. Guzman is author of more than 80 peer-reviewed publications and has received numerous awards. Ernesto Guzman also kept more than 300 hives of Africanized bees many years ago in Mexico.
The Beekeepers of Indiana (TBoI) will hold elections at the Fall Meeting on October 29th, 2016. Since we are under an interim board all positions are up for election: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, 6 Directors-at-Large and 6 Regional Directors.
To be eligible to run for a position.
Now is a good time for you to get more involved with the exciting growth of our organization. If you are interested in running for one of the positions on The Beekeepers of Indiana Board, please contact a member of the nominating committee, Joe Kimmel – firstname.lastname@example.org or Mike Seib – email@example.com.
Eligible members who cannot be present for the vote at the annual fall conference may submit an absentee ballot. Click here for information on how to vote by absentee ballot.