Fort Bend Beekeepers Association
Fort Bend County, Texas USA
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Our newsletter (“Fort Bend Buzz”) is mailed to Association members and other interested parties each month (except December) in cooperation with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service - Fort Bend County.  It includes a detailed report of the previous month’s meeting for those that were unable to attend.  Timely monthly Q&A’s as well as other news of interest is included too.
fostering safe, responsible,
successful beekeeping

Who we are and what we do...

Members of the Fort Bend Beekeepers Association have joined together to represent and assist area beekeepers for more than 30 years.  We strive to:


promote the science, art and skill of beekeeping,

provide training, advice and assistance to beekeepers and

benefit our community through education and outreach.
Monthly Meetings...

The Fort Bend Beekeepers Association meets on the second Tuesday of the month (except December) at 7:00 pm in Fort Bend County’s “Bud” O’Shieles Community Center, 1330 Band Rd., Rosenberg, Texas.  Visitors and new members are always welcome.
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for a map and directions to the Fort Bend County “Bud” O’Shieles Community  Center (use your browser’s “Back” buttom to return to this page)
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for 2016 meeting dates
Monthly Newsletter...
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to view past issues of the “Fort Bend Buzz”
Some members have dozens of hives and have been keeping bees for decades.  Others are just getting started and have yet to set up a hive.   Some keep bees in rural settings; others are in neighborhoods.  

Visitors and new members are always welcome.  Our annual dues are $5.00 for the calendar year.  We are grateful for the support and sponsorship that we receive from the staff and agents at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service - Fort Bend County.  
Coaching and advice from experienced beekeepers is invaluable to the beginner beekeeper.
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The Fort Bend Beekeepers Association engaged the Master Gardeners and Master Naturalists to help us buy and install a much-needed projector screen for the Fort Bend County “Bud” O’Shieles Community Center.
Fort Bend Beekeepers members present educational programs to community service organizations, church groups, and in schools for kids from kindergarten through high school.
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to learn more about Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service - Fort Bend County
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