The Williamson County Area Beekeepers Association's mission is to promote beekeeping in Williamson County and surrounding areas. The WCABA mission is also to act on behalf of the beekeepers and the beekeeping industry on issues affecting the interests and the economic viability of the various sectors of the beekeeping industry.

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Williamson County Area  Beekeepers Association


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WCABA will start taking member bee orders. Delivery will be sometime in April depending on weather. Clic on newsletter above and scroll down to membership and bee order form page.  Bring your order to the January or Feb. meetings.  
Nuc orders stop at our load max of 250 nucs.


Meetings are the 4th Tuesdays Jan through Nov. unless there is a conflict with the Georgetown library. 
  Our next meeting is Tuesday Feb. 25th, 2020
at the Georgetown Public Library, 7-9pm.

Our June meeting will not be the 4th Tuesday due to a conflict with library scheduling.  It will be 6/25/20

Bee Buzz
Sunday, 2:00-4:00pm, 3/1/20 

Come hang out, eat some lunch and talk all things bees at  Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q
2400 N Interstate Hwy 35, Round Rock, TX 78681

(Usually, the Sunday after each monthly meeting we have a casual, Bee Buzz, get together. Everyone is invited to come, relax and talk bees!)

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To get a closer look at our meetings and activities read our monthly WCABA Newsletter

Ed Wolfe-Robert Bost Memorial Scholarship
Applications for the Ed Wolfe-Robert Bost Memorial Scholarship are now being accepted! 

Applications must be received by February 15th!

If you know of a school age boy or girl who is interested in learning about bees and beekeeping, please
encourage him/her to submit an application.
This is an essay contest administered by the WCABA Scholarship Committee. Scholarships are presented
annually to contest winners and are intended to promote and encourage area youth to become knowledgeable
and interested in honeybees, honey production and sustainable beekeeping.
For a current application, contact Scholarship Chair
Jimmie Oakley:

or online at Education/Ed Wolfe & Robert Bost Beekeeping Scholarship.  Apply Today !!!

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