The Beekeepers of Indiana

“The Official Organization for All Indiana Beekeepers”
Beekeepers-of-indiana-comb blueAs you’re aware, the beekeepers in Indiana voted to become one state organization.  This was a momentous decision that is allowing us to use our resources in a more efficient manner.  We’ve hosted the largest Bee School Indiana has ever had, we are working on getting a Honey Bee license plate, we have an education committee that has already fulfilled several requests for speakers, we have a ‘New Club’ committee that is helping new clubs get started (already 4 this year).

During the first few months of this transitional period, we’ve been keeping up both websites from the past two clubs; however, over the next few months, we’ll be phasing out these websites and will be moving to a new website for The Beekeepers of Indiana.

For all updated information, please click here.


  • Survey to assess honeybee losses in Indiana.  READ MORE

    Presidential Memorandum — Creating a Federal Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators READ MORE

    Health Canada issues notice of intent on use of neonicotinoid pesticides in 2014. SEE MORE NEWS LINKS


    The Bee School previously held by the ISBA will also change with the merger of the two clubs.  This bee school was an all day intensive session focused on new beekeepers only.  We will continue to host this type of bee school in conjunction with the Fall Meeting.

    If you are interested in keeping honeybees or if you are just interested in learning more about this amazing creature, this school is for you.        READ MORE


    The Indiana queen project was developed to provide Indiana beekeepers with northern-bred stocks that are tolerant to tracheal and Varroa mites. This project will benefit beekeepers who adopt this as well as nearby beekeeping operations, by preventing the spread of mite-infested bees…  READ MORE


    Have you renewed your membership yet, or, want to join?  There are two simple ways to renew or sign up.  You may continue to renew or sign up as instructed below until our new website is up and available.

    If you are not a member, we encourage anyone who has an interest in beekeeping or related areas to join.   If you are unsure when your membership expires, contact Debbie at or call 317-432-9578.

    For new memberships, download the The Beekeepers of Indiana Form and mail your membership info and dues.

    If you’d like to sign-up on-line, click here.