Alamance County Beekeepers are a group of beekeepers who share an interest in staying informed about honey bee colony management, care, and honey production as well as educating new beekeepers. Members are actively involved in educating the public about the wonderful world of honey bees. We go to public events, schools, etc. to demonstrate and promote awareness of the importance of honey bee pollination to our economy and their benefits to our ecology.

Alamance County Beekeepers, a chapter of the North Carolina State Beekeepers Association, is a non-profit 501(c) organization governed by an Executive Committee. We meet once a month to share ideas, knowledge, and learn from others. The meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month (except December) in the auditorium of the NC Cooperative Extension–Alamance County Center in Burlington.

New members are always welcome. We invite those interested in beekeeping to attend a meeting.