Central Arkansas Beekeepers Association

We meet the 2nd Monday of each month from 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM CT.  Our meeting site is the Levy Church of Christ @ 5124 Camp Robinson Rd., North Little Rock, AR 72118 .  Here's the link to the Meeting Location page  Meeting Location!

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Upcoming Events

Future meetings for CABA at the Levy church of Christ

Monday, October 12th, 6:30 PM

Monday, November 9th, 6:30 PM

Monday, December 14th, 6:30 PM


Busy Bee of the Month

Congratulations to Melissa Mencer for being selected for the month of July as "The Busy Bee" from CABA! Thanks for all you do for beekeeping!

This is our First Place Ribbon for the Cooking with Honey contest at the State Fair.

                         First Place Ribbon for the Cooking with Honey competition at the Arkansas State Fair

Arkansas Beekeepers Association Spring Meeting

Fall ABA Meeting in Mountain View set for October 9-10, 2015.

The ABA is excited about our 2015 Fall Meeting. We are thrilled to be hosting two amazing speakers at one conference!

Internationally recognized scientists, speaker and author Dr. Tom Seeley has studied and written extensively about what bees prefer when seeking new homes, and how honey bee colonies makeintelligent decisions when swarming and house hunting. Dr. Seeley is a brilliant researcher who is able to communicate his ideas effectively to non-scientists in an engaging way that makes people eager to hear more. He is the author of several widely acclaimed books, as well as a professor at Cornell University.

Also joining us this fall will be Dr. Tammy Horn, State Apiarist for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. In addition to teaching at Eastern Kentucky University and Berea College, Dr. Horn has also served as President of the Eastern Apicultural Society, and was director of Coal Country Beeworks, helping to promote beekeeping and reclaim pollinator habitat from abandoned mining areas in the Appalachian Mountains. She also authored two books on honey bees. 

Registration info is at http://www.arbeekeepers.org/events.html