Protecting the honey producing industry in Wisconsin

Improving marketing for Wisconsin honey and bee products

Supporting educational programs and promoting awareness

Providing resources for Wisconsin's beekeeper community

Whether you’re a beekeeper, thinking of becoming one, looking to buy local honey,
or just curious about the importance of bees in our ecosystem, the Wisconsin Honey Producers Association is here for you!

WHPA EVENTS

WHPA FALL CONVENTION

Oct. 31 – Nov. 2, 2019 

Radisson Hotel and Conference Center

625 West Rolling Meadows Drive, Fond du Lac, WI 

920.923.1440

Online registration opens October 1st

MAIL-IN REGISTRATION LINK BELOW

https://wihoney.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Copy-of-Convention-Registration-Form-2019.pdf

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Dr. Jamie Ellis, Department of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Florida

John Miller, “sort of retired” 4th generation beekeeper.  Owner of Miller Honey Farms, Inc., of Newcastle, CA., and Gackle, ND – an 18,000 hive commercial beekeeping operation.  

 

 

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2019 Fall Convention Coming to Fond du Lac

2019 Fall Convention Coming to Fond du Lac

Join the WI Honey Producers Association at the 2019 Fall Convention Oct. 31 - Nov. 2nd. Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 625 West Rolling Meadows Drive, Fond du Lac, WI  920.923.1440 MAIL IN REGISTRATION FORM  Online registration opens October 1st. Keynote...

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Best Management Practices for Mite Control in WI

Best Management Practices for Mite Control in WI

WHPA issues a Best Management Practices for Varroa mite control in Wisconsin. Beekeepers from hobbyist to commercial scale are challenged by controlling Varroa mite infestations in their colonies. This document is intended to educate Wisconsin beekeepers on factors to be considered when choosing methods to control mites as well as give a brief biological sketch of the mite.
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Join WHPA

We welcome all beekeepers and people interested in beekeeping to join the Wisconsin Honey Producers Association!