Welcome to the Kalamazoo Bee Club
We are here for the purpose of educating people about beekeeping, supporting beekeepers, and to provide bee-related services to the greater Kalamazoo area community. The Kalamazoo Bee Club is an open club—anyone can be a member and no membership fee or dues are collected. We provide education through monthly programs (generally in the form of an educational presentation), field-days during the non-winter months at the club apiary, and our annual Bee School.
June 1st: Meeting at the Nature Center
Join us at the Kalamazoo Nature Center for our monthly meeting. Open to the public and beekeepers of all levels and ages are welcome! June’s topics will include Summer Nucleus Colonies and Drone Saturation for Local Hardy Stock with Dr. Larry Connor. Visit the Club Meetings page for more information!
June 12: Field Day at the Club Apiary
Join us at the club apiary for hands-on practice and explanation on supering for build-up and/or honey, making splits (if colonies aren’t strong enough) and mite sampling For more information, visit our Field Days page!