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Our mission is to promote and support responsible beekeeping practices; that benefit honeybees, beekeepers, our citizens and our environment throughout the Coastal Empire Low Country; where we live and call home.

 

Meetings:  2017 UPDATED 01/22/2017

CEBA voted to return to monthly meetings at the Oatland Island Wildlife Center. Club meetings will alter between Guest Speakers and our Local Beekeepers.  We will follow the same meeting agenda on Monday nights, 6:30 – 8:00 PM

January 9th – Annual Business Meeting (What 2017 offers members & elections)

February 13th – Local Beekeeper(s): Local beekeepers sharing what they are finding in their own hives & what they will be working on in the next 2-4 weeks

February 25th – FUNdamentals of Beekeeping (All day classes in “How to get started in beekeeping! How to manage your bees during the seasonal changes!) 

March 13th – Guest Speaker: Pending

April 10th – Local Beekeeper(s): 

May 8th – Guest Speaker:  Pending

June 12th – Local Beekeeper(s):

July 10th – Guest Speaker:  Pending

August 8th – Local Beekeeper(s): 

Sept 11th – Guest Speaker:  Pending

October 9th – Local Beekeeper(s): 

Nov 13th – Guest Speaker:  Pending

CEBA provides a social time from 6:00 – 6:30 PM for members and visitors to gather information and to talk about beekeeping among themselves.  We also serve a light food trays and coffee during this time.  We will continue with our educational speakers in 2017 from 06:45 to 08:00 PM.  Our focus in 2017 will be to grow our apiary & public programs, along with watching our Pollination Garden evolve as Master Gardeners help design our apiary’s new look  for 2017.  

 

Saturday Events on Oatland Island:

CEBA committees are working to build our Saturday Programs into a Demo Educational / Apiary morning of activity.  We will send out updates as this evolves.

 

URBAN BEEKEEPING IS NOW LEGAL inside the city limits of Savannah!  In October of 2015, the City Counsel voted to adopt the same ordinance used by the Chatham County Animal Control.  The interest in beekeeping is spiking again for CEBA, especially with our programs growing at Oatland Island.  We invite guest to come and check us out, as we would love to share our experiences in beekeeping with you. 

Meeting Location:

Oatland Island Wildlife Center 

711 Sandtown Rd. Savannah, Ga. 31410

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Membership:

Membership is open to the public, anyone may join our organization.

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