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OSBA Seeks Newsletter Editor and Traveling Speakers for 2020

OSBA has announced that the OSBA board is seeking applications for a Newsletter Editor. Our current editor for the past 8 years has stepped down and a search for volunteers started in February 2019 has been unsuccessful. Thus the OSBA Board has voted to search for a paid newsletter editor to ensure that the OSBA more »

4-H Partnership Program Deadline is Nov 2, 2019

Ohio State Beekeepers Association supports new young beekeepers through our Ohio 4-H Partnership Program. We realize that success of a new beekeeper is not reliant on the work of the student and money alone, but by the effort of the partnership. Thus, the Ohio 4-H Partnership Program encourages participation of the guardian, 4-H Ohio adviser, more »

OSBA Fall Conference, November 2

Registration Closed! Walk-in Registration Welcome at the OSBA Fall Conference 2019

Build a Better Bee Club – Last Day to Register

12/2/18 is the last day to register for the upcoming Build A Better Bee Club.  Only a few spots remain.  Due to the venue size,  we are unable to accept any walk-in registrations.  Register now at: http://www.ohiostatebeekeepers.org/event/build-a-better-bee-club-workshop/ 

Farm and Dairy Shows Support for National Honey Month

Farm and Dary has announced it’s promotion to support National Honey Month.   They are showing support for those hard -working pollinators by donating $5 from eah new subscription to the Ohio State Beekeepers Association. There are 3 ways to subscribe or renew your subscription to Farm and Dairy and and show your support for more »

New sugar label rules about maple syrup, honey coming soon!

A rule change proposed by the federal Food and Drug Administration would have required “added sugar” claims to nutrition labels for pure maple syrup bottles — even though producers do not use additional sweeteners. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb wrote in a statement Thursday that the final rules, which will be released early next year, will more »

Get Ready For The Mite-A-Thon!

2nd Annual Mite-A-Thon  —  September 8 to 15, 2018 SPREAD THE WORD – Local beekeeping clubs and associations are key to making the Mite-A-Thon a success! The Mite-A-Thon is a tri-national effort to collect mite infestation data and to visualize Varroa infestations in honey bee colonies across North America within a one-week window.  All beekeepers can participate, creating more »

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