Charleston Area Beekeepers Association (CABA)is a club of volunteers interested in beekeeping and in promoting the health and welfare of honeybees in the greater Charleston, South Carolina area.
Certificate of Incorporation
Visitors welcome! Join us at a monthly meeting!
We generally meet the second Saturday each month from 9-11am at Medical University (MUSC) Gazes auditorium-Room 125, first floor of Thurmond/Gazes Building (located at 114 Doughty St at intersection of Courtney Dr) in downtown Charleston, South Carolina). Join us for an interactive, informative session!
Review our calendar of events for meeting dates and details.
We welcome beginners and encourage experienced beekeepers to share their knowledge, teach classes, mentor new beekeepers or volunteer to make an informal presentation at an upcoming meeting. Contact us! email@example.com
Occasionally our meeting location may change to enable us to gather together on-site at a local beeyard to inspect a hive or attend other meetings/conferences. Please visit our homepage "Upcoming Events" and Calendar of Events to confirm the next meeting location, find directions, and review a list of our other upcoming events.
We encourage and welcome participation from all ages and for all levels of beekeepers as well as gardeners, educators, or others who are just interested in honeybees.
Join or Donate to help Save-the-Bees
Donations are always welcome and appreciated! Annual membership dues is $30. We support our State organization, South Carolina Beekeepers Association (SCBA) and to further research and support education, we donate 1/3 of our membership dues to SCBA. By joining CABA, you also become a member of South Carolina Beekeepers Association for that calendar year.
To join or donate, please mail a check payable to "CABA" to the address below and include a copy of this form so that we may confirm receipt of your membership or donation:
PO Box 1982
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Please feel free to attend a meeting or contact us for more information!
2015 Board of Directors