The Alameda County Beekeepers Association, established in 1916, provides education, support and resources for beekeepers and the public.
- Speakers on honeybee biology, behavior and husbandry
- Honeybee swarm removal
- Hands-on classes
- Annual symposiums
- Presentations to schools and organizations
- Educational booth at the Alameda County Fair
The ACBA meets on the second Tuesday of the Month at Studio One, 365 45th St, Oakland, at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are free and open to the public. You can also follow us online at Facebook. NOTICE: during Covid Shutdown we are holding virtual meetings via Zoom. Occasionally these meetings are open to the public, please email one of the officers for log-in information. Their contact info is found on the Contacts Page.
If there’s a swarm of bees in your yard, call 510-898-6696 to be connected with a local beekeeper who will safely relocate them. Colonies in structures relocated too. You can also find more information on our Get Help With a Swarm page.