Membership in the Lane County
Beekeepers Association is open to anyone who is interested in bees and
beekeeping. You do not need to own bees to join.
Advantages of becoming a member
of the Lane County Beekeepers Association includes:
Belonging to one of the largest
beekeeping associations in the State of Oregon.
Meeting friendly and helpful
Having the opportunity to
discuss topics of interest to beekeepers - hobbyist, and commercial alike as
well as the general public at monthly meetings.
Receiving a monthly newsletter
which includes free member bee related ads.
Receiving discounts on
Receiving discounts on bee
Free use of the club's honey
Use of the club's lending
library which includes bee related videos and books.
Attending the annual Field Day
in June, Club Picnic in July and participating in the Lane County Fair in
August as well as a one day Bee School in the spring.
Participating in other
community events to promote the club and educate the public about honeybees.
New Membership for 2017 per Household
$25 per calendar year with renewal in January
To become a member all you need to do is:
- Pay your membership dues at the next LCBA monthly meeting
- Complete the LCBA New Membership Form
and send it with your dues to LCBA Treasurer Polly Habliston.
- Renewals for the 2017 year are $25 per year.
To renew fill out the Renewal Form
1258 Dalton Dr.
Eugene, OR 97404
We always look forward to new
faces in the club.
Meetings are held the 3rd
Tuesday of the month at 7:30 P.M. at the Trinity United
Methodist Church on Maxwell. Door's open at 7:00pm for the early bee's.
(no meeting in December)