Resources ____________ – Dane County Beekeepers Association
Interested in networking with fellow beekeepers? Not a beekeeper, but interested in bees? Then the DCBA is the group for you. – Wisconsin Honey Producers Association
The WHPA promotes the use of honey and hive products, as well as research into beekeeping problems and issues. The WHPA provides a good connection to other regional, state and national beekeeping organizations. – Calamus Creek Farms
Calamus Creek Farms is a relatively small, family owned farm and apiary located in Columbus, WI. We are committed to high quality products, sustainable practices and community education. – University of Minnesota Bee Lab
The goal of bee research at the University of Minnesota is to promote the health of bee pollinators. The University offers a number of courses of interest to beekeepers, including a Fundamental of Beekeeping course, an Advanced Beekeeping course and a Queen Rearing course. We’ve had the privilege to take all of these courses over the years and they are excellent! – American Bee Journal
The American Bee Journal was established in 1861 by Samuel Wagner and has been published continuously since that time, except for a brief period during the Civil War. The Journal has the honor of being the oldest English language beekeeping publication in the world.