QUEEN REARING

Saving the bees one at a time

ABOUT US

OFFICES

CONTRACT

EVENTS/MEETINGS

  • President, Charles Bennett
  • Vice President Wade Henke
  • Treasurer Teresa Aldaco
  • Secretary Catherine Miller-Smith
  • Program Coordinator
     

The Pacific Northwest Queen Rearing Club provides assistance and support for the growing number of northwestern breeders, that are dedicated to providing acclimatized, northwestern hardy, and survivor stock queens and honey bees to the beekeeping industry

President: Charles Bennett at cbennett3491@hotmail.com

We meet the last Tuesday of each month except for; Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec, and Jan, at the Heritage Farm Property, on 78th Street, in Vancouver, WA

 

Our Locations

 

QUEEN REARING FOR THE NORTHWEST

8701 NE 159th Street Battle Ground WA 98604 us

 

cbennett3491@hotmail.com

 

MEETINGS

 

LAST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH, EXCEPTSEPT,OCT,NOV,DEC,& JAN.

[360-200-3093]

 

Location

78th Street Heritage Farm

1919 NE 78th Street

Vancouver, WA 98665

 

Publications To Read

 

Our new web site

 

News & Events

 

Clark County Fair August 2-11th, 2013

Popular Info

Education

 

We have queen rearing classes for beginning beekeepers on going, look for posting. Charles teaches "Save the Bees" class for grades 5-6 and adult clubs

Objective

The idea for the Pacific Northwest Queen Rearing Club is to help the growing segment of northwestern breeders come together and work as a unit to be better breeders, share ideas, exchange genetics, strengthen the gene pool, allow the local beekeeping communities to buy from northwestern breeders, and maintain a genetic pool unaffected by AHB, both now and in the future.

We as a club are always looking for swarms of honey bees. If you have a swarm of honey bees, we will remove it. We are in Clark County Washington, for free removal, call 360-200-3093

 

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INNOVATIVE METHODS

While we do maintain a minimum standard for membership into the club, we are more than willing to help those interested in raising queens. The demand for northwestern raised queens and nucs is tremendous. And we all benefit from building a stronger bee industry.

 

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