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2014 Leadership


Linda Purcell - President
John Novinger - Vice-President
Deborah Buckfelder - Secretary
Scott Plank - Treasurer

Executive Board

Jonathan Daniels
Sam Garula
Jim Hoover
Tom Jones
John Novinger

Jonathan Daniels - Programs Chair

Sam Garula - Webmaster/Curator


Bee Groups & Organizations

American Apitherapy Society Inc.
Apitherapy, a holistic medicine, relies on natural products of the beehive to improve and maintain health and to alleviate pain and disability, whether from injury or illness.

American Association of Professional Apiculturists
Website of the AAPA at the University of Minnesota

Bee Source Beekeeping
The Beesource Beekeeping website was started in 1997 by a hobbyist beekeeper and became an online community for beekeepers and beekeeping in 1999. It has experienced organic, word of mouth grassroots growth ever since. Today, has over 8,000 registered members and is the most active online beekeeping community of its kind in the world.

Bees For Development
Beekeeping is an effective way for poor people to strengthen their livelihoods and fight poverty. Bees for Development provides information to assist them. We work at the heart of an international network of people and organisations involved with apiculture in developing countries…

Bees Without Borders
A grassroots initiative to bring beekeeping skills to developing nations.

Bees for Life: World Apitherapy Network
An international voluntary organization of professionals and lay people who seek to promote the therapeutic use of bee products: honey, wax, pollen, beebread, propolis, apitoxin or bee venom, drone larvae, and royal jelly.

Boulder County Beekeeper’s Association
The beekeeping organization that leaked the EPA document showing how government scientists knew the reason for CCD… is the internet’s premier resource for everything to do with mead: how to make mead, mead recipes, mead in history, mead and honey tasting notes, articles and hundreds of links to everything else.

Great Pollinator Project
One-third of our food depends on the services of a pollinator—bee or other insect, bird, or mammal. Bees are the most important pollinators in the Northeastern U.S., and there are more than 200 species of bees that live right here in New York City. By watching and recording bees on flowers in your backyard, community garden, green roof or terrace, you can help…

Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Constortium
MAAREC is a regional group focused on addressing the pest management crisis facing the beekeeping industry in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

National Honey Board
The National Honey Board is a federal research and promotion board under USDA oversight that conducts research, marketing and promotion programs to help maintain and expand domestic and foreign markets for honey and honey products.

Pennsylvania Backyard Beekeepers Association
This group serves as an auxiliary organization of the non-profit group Pennsylvania Apiculture, Inc.

Pennsylvania State Beekeepers Association
Just as the title says, this is the home of PA’s beekeepers association.

York County Beekeepers’ Association
The York County Beekeepers’ Association is a non-profit, voluntary association of beekeepers and others interested in honey bees, bee products and pollination. It strives to increase awareness of the vital importance of honey bees and to promote responsible beekeeping in York County.