Williamson County Area  Beekeepers Association


November 24th meeting

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are going to
have our November member meeting virtually at 7 pm, November 24th (fourth Tuesday) via “Zoom” meeting software.
Copy and paste the Zoom meeting link below. This will allow up to 100 WCABA members to listen in and watch our Beekeeping 101 session as well as conducting a Q&A.

You do not need to sign up for an account to join the meeting just a device and internet connection are required. If you are planning to join from an iPhone or iPad, be sure to download this application first: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/zoom-cloud- meetings/id546505307

We look forward to seeing you Tuesday night @ 7 PM!

Topic: November Virtual Member Meeting
Time: Nov 24, 2020 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Copy/paste  this link to  join the meeting: 



Meeting ID: 874 4798 0981 Passcode: 908887


Speaker: Beth Irwin

Beth will be presenting ‘Native Plants for Honeybees’ at the November 24 WCABA started at 7 pm.  She is a Louisiana native and has a Bachelor of Science in
Horticulture and retired after 25 years as Curator of a private nature preserve in Northeast Louisiana. She is a charter member of the Louisiana Native Plant Society and has been preaching the virtues of using native plants for 40 years.  Beth currently serves as Plant Sales Chairman and Projects Chairman for the Native Plant Society of Texas- Williamson County Chapter.


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Upcoming Events!

Club Benefits

  • Use of club extractors and extraction equipment.

  • Club wax melter.

  • Club two-man hive lifter.

  • Education and networking.

  • Club refractometer

  • Members can sign up in January or February for spring bee purchase at bargain prices.

  • Free Texas Beekeepers Association membership for 1st-year members.

  • Mentors when available.

  • Scholarship program for youth members.

  • Networking with fellow beekeepers.

             Attention Members

1.  The election of officers is this Thursday.  Please think about whom you like to nominate for president, vice-president, and secretary.

2.  We need mentors.  Click on contact us below if you want your name placed on the mentor list.

3.   Want to catch some bees?  Ask that your name be placed on our swarm/extraction list to receive notification of swarms and extractions in the WCABA area. Click on the contact us button below to get your name on the list. 

4.  We need more mentors.  Please click on "Contact" us to have your name placed on our mentor group list.

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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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