The Alameda County Beekeepers Association represents beekeepers and beekeeping interests for nearly 1.5 million people in Alameda County.
The ACBA membership includes commercial and hobbyist beekeepers, as well as curious observers from Alameda, Albany, Bay Point, Berkeley, Burlingame, Castro Valley, Crockett, Dublin, Dutch Flat, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Emeryville, Fremont, Grass Valley, Hayward, Kensington, Livermore, Oakland, Orem (UT), Orinda, Piedmont, Pleasanton, Redwood City, Richmond, San Jose, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, San Francisco, Sunol, Union City, Vallejo and Walnut Creek.
The ACBA also serves as an educational resource for beekeeping and urban and rural ecology within the Bay Area, leveraging member knowledge to provide beekeeping demonstrations, lectures and programming throughout Northern California.
Join The ACBA
Through ACBA membership, individuals are exposed to a network of people and resources as comprehensive as the club’s history. We encourage prospective members to attend our regular monthly meetings for presentations, discussions, and bee-related chit-chat.
Membership is $10/year; memberships renew every January no matter when you join. To join, attend one of our meetings on the second Tuesday of the month and talk to Paul Thompson, our membership coordinator.
Or send a check for $10.00 with your name and address to:
Alameda County Beekeepers’ Association (ACBA)
c/o Paul Thompson, Membership Secretary, ACBA
1816 Magellan Drive
Oakland CA 94611
Click here for the membership form. Please print out an mail do not fill out on line.
We’re excited and honored to have you join our historic and distinguished roster of members. Welcome!