The South Carolina Master Beekeeping program began in 1996 and is designed to provide interested students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to become successful beekeepers and to be able to share their enthusiasm and knowledge with the public. A successful beekeeper is one who can keep Read More ...
Bee Well Honey Farm Presents:
2017 Summer Beekeepers Conference
July 19-21 Florence Civic Center
Registration is now open to Attendees, Speakers and Vendors click here to register
The South Carolina Beekeepers Association is a private non-profit organization dedicated to education and advocacy ensuring that South Carolina beekeepers have the information and tools they need to meet the challenges of modern beekeeping.
Our mission also includes public education as we strive to provide individuals, and public and private organizations with factual and up to date information about the honey bee, beekeeping, and its importance to our food supply. We have 19 local beekeeping associations in South Carolina with members who are ready willing and able to talk to you about beekeeping in our state and if you ask, might be willing to tell you where you can get good, wholesome, local honey.
This is a website dedicated to helping beekeepers all over South Carolina stay informed with the business of beekeeping and honey Bees. If you are visiting this page to understand more about honey bees you are in the right place too.
News from the State Association
The South Carolina Beekeepers Association is here for our local beekeepers. We are a strong force in moving forward the future of our bees and our beekeepers. Click here to check in on the work the association is doing throughout the state.
The SCBA is governed by a board of directors with representation by representatives of local beekeeper associations. Additionally, the association is governed by a set of by-laws. (View by-laws.)