The below Mission Statement was taken directly from our corporate by-laws:
(a) to become a gathering center for local beekeepers to share their experiences, knowledge and resources.
(b) to educate the public concerning the necessity of protecting honeybees and native pollinators.
(c) to maintain awareness of all local, state, and national laws related to beekeeping, production and marketing of honey, wax and other products using and/or containing products from the keeping of honeybees.
(d) to educate beekeepers about current trends in all aspects of beekeeping.
(e) to serve as a resource in the community for addressing problems and concerns about honeybees, and how honeybees differ from other stinging insects.
(f) to present educational programs in schools and for the general public.