The Next Meeting is
November 25 ,
at 7:00 PM
and will be at the
Citizens Resource Center 1303 Dallas-Cherryville
For more information, contact
the Cooperative Extension Office at
Researchers at NC State University recently published results of a study that indicates that bee species diversity enhances productivity and stability in crops that are highly dependent on bee pollination.
Click here to read a copy of the article.
Our honey contest was a big success! Thirteen beekeepers entered their best honey. Click here to see contest results. .
Gaston County Beekeepers
at Cotton Ginning Days
Gaston County Beekeepers Association (GCBA) once again participated in the annual Cotton Ginning Days celebration at Dallas Park, Ocober 10 - 12, 2014. This event is sponsored each year by the Gaston Agricultural, Mechanical and Textile Restoration Association (GAMTRA) and the Gaston County Parks and Recreation Department. GCBA members were on hand to provide the public with information about the importance of honey bees, give visitors a glimpse into an actual hive in the bee cage, provide information about our association's events and the upcoming bee school and, of course, local honey and honey products.
Gaston County Beekeepers Association
Annual Bee School - 2015
The GCBA is holding their annual Bee School beginning Monday, January 26, 2015 at 7 PM. Learn everything you need to know to get started in beekeeping. Click
here for more information.
Web Page Editor:
Click here to go to our 2014 list of beekeepers who will remove honey bee swarms from your property.