Have you taken our Beginner class in 2019? Then take the next step with our Intermediate Course!

Sterilizing equipment is cheap health insurance when you are putting a new package of bees into a dead out hive or pre-owned equipment.  ALL hive components can be sterilized using gamma irradiation – boxes, frames, comb and honey.  That is certainly cheaper than the cost of new boxes, frames, and foundation plus the time, energy, and food resource bees need to build comb.

Upcoming Meeting

April General Meeting - Tentative

Tuesday, April 14  |  7:00pm  |  Forest Grove Presbyterian Church

There is an endless list of references for beginner and advanced beekeepers. So the saying goes, ask 5 beekeepers a question and you'll get 7 answers. Here's a place to get you started.

- Marla Spivak  -

Every backyard beekeeper needs a place to start and a place to keep going. View our list of resources including books, supplies, videos, and more.

"I am fascinated by the interactions between bees.

I am fascinated by the interactions between beekeepers."

Announcement for Intermediate Beekeeping

  • The March session for Intermediate Beekeeping Class (Thursday, March 19, 2020) will not be held at Forest Grove Presbyterian.
  • There will be a remote web-session.
  • Details have been sent to all registered students via email.
  • For more information, please email info@bucksbeekeepers.com.

Get a wonderful head start on your beekeeping year--register for our 8-month Beginner Beekeeping course!

For a healthy alternative, try cooking and baking with honey! There are many recipes and substitutions available to test out in your kitchen.

Upcoming Events


Thursday, 3/19/20 6pm - Intermediate Course (must be registered) - via webex

Wednesday, 3/25/20 7:30pm - Board Meeting

Thursday, 4/9/20 6pm - Beginner Course (must be registered)

Tuesday, 4/14/20 7pm - General Meeting

Thursday, 4/16/20 6pm - Intermediate Course (must be registered)