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 ...
One of our duties as SC Beekeepers is to help the public understand about honey bees and to be of service in the following ways:
- Beekeepers manage colonies in managed hives which produce Honey.
- Beekeepers manage colonies for the purpose of pollinating agriculture crops and backyard gardens.
- Beekeepers may perform honey bee removal in structures and on outside vegetation and structures.
If you are having an issue with honeybees on your property, please contact a local beekeeper. There is also additional resources click here for the National Bee Removal Source.
Aiken County Beekeepers Association
Anderson County Beekeepers Association
Beaufort / Jasper Beekeepers Association
Blackwater Beekeepers Association
Charleston Area Beekeepers Association
Cherokee County Beekeepers Association
Chester County Beekeepers Association
Edisto Beekeepers Association
Lakelands Beekeepers Association
Lancaster County Beekeepers Association
Laurens County Beekeepers Association
Lowcountry Beekeepers Association
Midstate Beekeepers Association
Oconee County Beekeepers Association
Pee Dee Beekeepers Association
Pickens County Beekeepers Association
Piedmont Beekeepers Association
Spartanburg County Beekeepers Association
Union County Beekeepers Association
Wateree Beekeepers Association
York County Beekeepers Association