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The Alabama Beekeeping Association began in 1922. It has evolved into a large eclectic group comprised of small hobby beekeepers all the way to large scale honey production farms. Beyond the friendships that you will gain as an ABA member, the ABA plans two annual meetings in the Spring and Fall of every year. The Spring meeting is coordinated with the Auburn Extension Center. These meetings offer information and classes from the biology of the honeybee, trends in beekeeping to the best plants for maximum honey flow. There is also demonstrations about products of the hive. The ABA sends an electronic edition of the Stinger – a monthly publication that keeps the beekeeper up to date with what is happening around the State as well as what actions to take in the hives at the current season. The ABA Board spends a lot of time to bring valuable information to the membership. While there are local beekeeping chapters, all beekeepers know that every beekeeper is different and nothing can compare to the knowledge gained by sharing stories and tricks of the trade. Your ABA membership will allow for learning that is a compliment to your local beekeeping chapter. The ABA hopes to see you at our next Seasonal meeting in Clanton, Alabama.