COME AND JOIN US!
IF YOU KEEP BEES OR NOT, ALL ARE WELCOME!
Business Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of the month at 7PM.
Mentoring Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 10AM until 12Noon.
Meetings are held at the Clay Co. Agricultural Center
Clay Co. Agricultural Center
2463 County Road 16W
Green Cove Spring, FL
Clay County Beekeepers Association is one of the largest associations in the state. It is recognized throughout the beekeeping community for its important role as mentors to beekeeping hobbyists, professionals and suppliers. No less important is the associations continuing efforts to educate the public about the vital importance of the honey bee. The group is able to accomplish these goals through superior membership that gets involved and stays involved.
Dave Sieruta - 904-466-3613 (Lake Asbury)
Louie Ivey 904-284-4362 (Green Cove Spring)
The following members have honey for sale:
(Green Cove Spring)
The individuals below are looking to host bee hives on their property.
Email if interested.
Need to have bees removed?
Due to the cancellation of the Clay County Fair, CCBA will have honey for sale. If you wish to buy honey, please contact the following individuals.
Dave Sieruta - 904-466-3613
Sue Gianino - 904-276-5921
Bees for Sale
Kathy Davitt has a nuc hive of bees for sale.
She is asking $90 - $100 to CCBA Members.
Bring your own box and trade frames.
You can reach her at email@example.com
August 8 CCBA Mentor Meeting - There will be two classroom sessions one at 8:00 am and one at 9:00 am. These are FOR CCBA MEMBERS ONLY. The link to sign-up for the Mentor Meeting Sessions is https://claymentormtg.eventbrite.com. Only 20 members will be allowed to attend per session. Please don’t sign up for both. Face masks will be required for all participants.
August 10 Monthly Meeting - 7:00pm and due to Covid-19 restrictions, attendance will be limited to 50. Only current CCBA members may attend. No food or drinks will be served, all attendees will be required to wear masks, and social distancing will be practiced. No speaker is scheduled for this meeting.
Individuals at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 (including older adults and vulnerable people of all ages with certain underlying medical conditions) should avoid in-person events and gatherings at this time. We will have to turn away those without masks, even unfortunately for those with a medical exemption.
Those who wish, may attend the meeting virtually via ZOOM. The link for ZOOM is: https://ufl.zoom.us/j/97802245791?pwd=YzdQSVh6U1h3bEtOSXUxd2NNQnJLZz09, and the passcode is 588974.