Metro Beekeepers Association (MBA) is an organization of hobbyist, side liner and commercial beekeepers that meet once monthly for learning, fellowship, food and fun. Serving Tarrant and surrounding counties in North Texas.
Next Class & Meeting July 13, 2015
The meeting and class is held at the Southside Preservation Hall, a non-profit located at 1519 Lipscomb Street in Fort Worth just west of I-35 and just south of I-30. Visitor welcome to the General Meeting that begins at 6:30 p.m. Registration required for bee class that begins at 5:30 p.m. See a map of new location on our Class/Meeting page.
This “bee pen” will be one of the raffle items at the July meeting! It’s custom made from two woods – Yellowheart and African Blackwood and uses a standard Parker refill. The money raised goes to the youth scholarship program so let’s see how many tickets we can sell next month! Anonymously donated and custom made by a MBA member.
Post Your Photos!
Post photos on the Photo Gallery Page or on the MBA Facebook Group page and they just might be highlighted during the slideshows at our monthly general meetings. If you haven’t “joined” our MBA Facebook Group, do it today, it’s a great way to ask questions to fellow beekeepers and more. Nucs Available For Purchase
NUCS in our area are still available. Eric Luebbert has a few nucs left if members were unable to order earlier in the year from Tom Atwood. The cost is $175 and can be ordered by contacting him at email@example.com
Your 2015 MBA Officers
Want to put a face to a name or role? Need to contact one of us? See the About Us page for photos and email links of all officers.
New Page Featuring Recipes and Equipment from the MBA Members
Check out Members Tips & Recipes for things like bee fondant recipe, build an inexpensive bee vacuum and more.
Photo Gallery – Lots of new photos added
MBA Members only can now submit photos. All photos will be reviewed and membership verified prior to posting. View this new feature and submit your photos to be added.