Omaha Bee Club

Building Better Beekeepers Brings Better Bees
 The more you know, the better you bee.

2015, the year to "Bee Aware".

Welcome to the Omaha Bee Club.  We are here to help area beekeepers bee successful.  Our member beekeepers can be found in Douglas County, Sarpy County, Washington County and Pottawatomie County.

Please look through all of the various pages on our website as we provide information and resources in a wide variety of areas relating to bees and beekeeping in the Omaha/Metro area.

You can support the Omaha Bee Club's efforts with your donation.  Thank you for your support.  The Omaha Bee Club is a 501c3 non-profit educational organization.  Donations, contributions and gifts are tax deductible.

If you are an area beekeeper who is looking for more information on joining the Omaha Bee Club, please take a look at our "For Beekeepers" page. (Just click on the scout bee below)
For Beekeepers
For Beekeepers

If you are not a beekeeper but want help with a bee problem or are interested in learning more about bees, Please visit our "For Non-Beekeepers" page.  Just click on the forager bee below)
For Non-Beekeepers
For Non-Beekeepers

Omaha Bee Club Buzz

  • Omaha Bee Club Items Coming Soon The Omaha Bee Club wants everyone to know about us.  We want our members to be able to proudly show off that they are a beekeeper and that they are ...
    Posted by T Sandoval
  • David B and his MCC Bees Omaha Bee Club member David Burget is not only a new beekeeper this season, he is also the new beekeeper maintaining the hives at Metro Community College Fort Campus.David ...
    Posted May 22, 2015, 7:01 PM by T Sandoval
  • Random Acts of Beekeeping On the Omaha Bee Club YouTube page, we are creating a video series called "Random Acts of Beekeeping".Making good use of the video tools we purchased with a grant ...
    Posted May 22, 2015, 5:02 PM by T Sandoval
  • The Trapout Session has been postponed The Omaha Bee Club tree trap-out session originally scheduled for this coming Saturday, May 23rd has been postponed due to weather.The new date for the Trap-out session ...
    Posted May 20, 2015, 10:53 AM by T Sandoval
  • A good week to bee a good neighbor Keep in mind the "Good Neighbor" policy. When we have extended periods of bad weather where the bees are limited in foraging for multiple days, as this coming week is ...
    Posted May 19, 2015, 2:53 PM by T Sandoval
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