Welcome

To the North Olympic Peninsula Beekeepers' Official Website!


We are a group of enthusiastic beekeepers located on the upper edge of Washington state's Olympic Peninsula, just across the water from Victoria, British Columbia.  First organized in the early 1990's, we have been getting together to compare experiences and observations for nearly 20 years.


Our meetings are currently held on the second Sunday of the month with an educational talk at 12:00 p.m. and business meeting at 1:00 p.m. at the Port Angeles Library.

NOPBA

P.O. Box 3036
Sequim,  WA  98382.
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The Natural Swarm

Newsletter of the NOPBA

Mission Statement

The North Olympic Peninsula Beekeepers' Association has three goals. 1) Provide a gathering site where people interested in honey bees can exchange information  2) Assist new beekeepers in getting started and 3) Educate  the public on the natural history of the honey bee and the important role it plays in our lives.

Honeybee Swarm Pick-up

If you are in need of Honeybee Colony removal or you spot a Swarm, please contact one of our club members. The list of 2016 volunteers, contact numbers, and locations served is on our contacts page.

If you have questions or comments, please e-mail us at info@nopba.org or send to:

NOPBA
P.O. Box 3036
Sequim,  WA  98382.