Bee Day Is Almost Here!!!

What is Bee Day?

Bee Day is an opportunity for people interested in beekeeping to explore it hands-on and learn from experienced beekeepers.  Attendees get to look inside real, live colonies and see how bees are handled, ask questions and form relationships that will help along the beekeeping journey. We have a limited number of bee suits are available to use as well. 

Who is Bee Day for?

Anyone interested in bee or beekeeping is invited, even if they aren't currently keeping bees.

Register here!



We meet on the second Thursday of each month at 7pm except in August (we have a picnic) and December (we have a party).  We are now doing hybrid meetings so you can choose to come in person or participate via Zoom.  We meet at our new location, Creator Lutheran Church, 13250 SE Sunnyside Rd in Clackamas. Everyone is welcome to attend! 

Members can find recordings of past meetings under the Member Pages tab.

Zoom meeting link here

Membership Application

BEE Day!  Save the Date   May 11th

More details to come soon!

PMBA at the STate Fair 

Dead OUT or Disease?

If you have a colony that you think may have a disease or has died out, we have trained club members who are willing to help you sort it out. Contact us here

Upcoming events

PMBA Club Updates

Bee Day is May 11th

Register Here!

An opportunity to explore beekeeping and learn from experienced beekeepers. Once again we will be out at Foothills Honey Farm.  Our speakers are going to be Ellen Topitzhofer on honey bee disease and Joe Maresh on how to start as a beekeeper.

May 9th Meeting: Dr. Dewey Caron

Mites, Mites, Mites. It's time to learn more about them and Dewey is going to help educate us.  

NUc Sales

Nucs are now closed.  Pick up will be Saturday April 20th at Foothills Honey Co. from 7-9:30am.  

Club Apiary

We are in the process of finalizing and creating a new club apiary out in Oregon City.  We are looking to partner with "The Oregon Donkey Sanctuary"  This should be an excellent educational tool for our club. More details to come soon. 


There are so many great reasons to join PMBA, including:

  • Steep discounts on equipment and nucleus colonies (nucs) through our online store
  • Sign up for PMBA's swarm hotline
  • Free use of the club's honey extraction equipment
  • And more

sign up today!

Report a swarm in the Portland Metro area! Click the button above for more information.

Pollinator Paradise

The Pollinator plates are here! You can go to the DMV and get yours today!   Your dollars go to support OSU Bee Research.  


We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all funds raised go to honey bee education and research. Donate here!

Thank you Doug!
What a wonderful prize donated by Doug Sieckmann at our annual Bee Day.  A trip out fishing! 


Queen Rearing Class

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