Forsyth Beekeepers Club

Forsyth Beekeepers Club's primary mission is to educate the public on the importance of the honey bee and how we can ensure the honey bees continued existence.

FBC was established in 1998 . Our members include those who are simply interested in the honey bee to beekeepers with over 60 hives and 30+ years of experience.  

Forsyth Beekeepers are active in many ways to educate our community.  We visit schools, church groups, the public library to educate the public on Honey Bees.  Our goal is to place a teaching hive in every elementary school in Forsyth County.


Our meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month January through October.  We meet at the University of North Georgia Cumming Campus.  100 Aquatic Circle, Cumming, GA 30040  

Become a member

We welcome new members.  After 2 meetings free, we ask that you become a member by paying dues.  $30.00 per individual member or 35.00 for a family up to 4. Paid Membership allows the use of the club library, extraction equipment, monthly meetings and mentors.

Club Activities

  • School for Beginning Beekeepers
  • Monthly Meetings
  • Queen Rearing Class
  • Disease and Disorder Day
  • New Beekeeper Mentors
  • Annual Honey Show
  • Holiday dinner

Upcoming events

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