University of Wisconsin is Looking for Your Help

The University of Wisconsin is conducting an assessment to determine practices currently being used in Wisconsin to enhance pollinators. We will use this information to direct further research and outreach efforts. Pollinators are defined as any animal that visits...

WISCONSIN HONEY QUEEN PROGRAM ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

MILWAUKEE, WIS., October 2, 2017 – The Wisconsin Honey Producers Association is seeking applicants for the position of 2018 Wisconsin Honey Queen. The 2018 Wisconsin Honey Queen will travel the state promoting the honey and beekeeping industries. The Queen will...
WHPA FALL CONVENTION

WHPA FALL CONVENTION

Fall Convention November 2-4, 2017 Holiday Inn Eau Claire South 4751 Owen Ayres Court Eau Claire, WI View on Google Maps Hotel Reservations: (715) 830-9889 Download Registration Form Keynote Speakers Also featuring a young commercial beekeepers panel, honey show,...

2017 Honey Bee Poster Contest

2017 Honey Bee Poster Contest Honey Bees: Where They Live Divisions: 2nd grade and under; 3-5 grade; 6-8 grade; 9-12 grade Rules: 11”x14” poster board Print name, address, age, & grade clearly on back Include theme in design Posters become property of the WHPA...

Get Ready for the Mite-A-Thon

Varroa mites are one of the greatest threats to honey bee health, honey production, and pollination services. The Honey Bee Health Coalition has been proud to equip beekeepers with the information, tools, and resources they need to detect, monitor, and manage these...
WHPA Summer Meeting – Saturday, July 8, 2017

WHPA Summer Meeting – Saturday, July 8, 2017

The 2017 Wisconsin Honey Producers Association summer meeting will be on Saturday, July 8th at the Lion’s Hall 145 Dearborn St in Red Granite, Wisconsin. Timeline 8:30 a.m. Registration ($20, includes lunch) 9:00 a.m. Welcome — Matt LaForge 9:05 a.m. Bees...