The Blount County Beekeepers Association meets on the second Monday of every month, except for September and December, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maryville Church of Christ, 611 Sherwood Drive in Maryville.
All of the meetings are open to the public, and anyone interested in learning more about beekeeping is welcome and encouraged to attend.
2022 Meeting info is in the works! COVID-19 is still rearing its head and the board is working on the speakers!
The following is the schedule of meetings for 2023 (subject to change):
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Are you continuing to have in person meetings? I am interested in information about beginning new keeping.
See our events page for the New Beekeeper Short Course Feb 2021!
Hello 🙂 I am hoping to start a small family apiary in Tennessee. Blount County is one of the main areas I have been looking. I am a Bee beginner , im wondering if you may have some tips about areas in Blount county that would be a good location.
I am very interested in learning the art of bee keeping. I am guessing that the virtual class in Feb 26 and 27 is where I need to start. Could you please advise me on where I need to start because I am very excited about this new adventure. Thank you
It’s a good place to start along with attending our monthly meeting and network with local beekeepers!
Is it a safe practice to feed bees pollen from an unknown source?
I think I have a bee hive under my siding by a outlet box. What do I need to do. My phone number is 18652543852. I don’t want to kill them.
I am interested in Beekeeping and willing to learn more about how to start