Kids and Bees Expo

Kids and Bees Expo

Every year as part of the WHPA annual convention, member organize the Kids & Bees Expo The Expo offers the opportunity for kids to learn more about bees and honey. Kids attending have the opportunity to experience the following: See an observation hive with live...
Wisconsin Honey Queen Program Accepting Applications

Wisconsin Honey Queen Program Accepting Applications

The Wisconsin Honey Producers Association is seeking candidates for the 2023 Wisconsin Honey Queen position. The Wisconsin Honey Queen spends the year traveling the state, educating the public and promoting the beekeeping and honey industry in Wisconsin. Applications...
2023 WHPA Youth Scholarship Program Accepting Applications

2023 WHPA Youth Scholarship Program Accepting Applications

The Wisconsin Honey Producers Association is sponsoring a Youth Beekeeper Scholarship Program, now entering its 4th year.  Scholars will be awarded a 2-year scholarship to a complete 10-frame hive kit, bee suit, gloves, smoker, hive tool, bee brush, and either a 3lb....
2022 Fall Convention Comes to Brookfield, WI

2022 Fall Convention Comes to Brookfield, WI

Join the WI Honey Producers Association at the 2022 Fall Convention Nov. 3-5, 2022 Embassy Suites by Hilton 1200 S. Moorland Road, Brookfield, WI Book your room for the WI Honey Producers Association Convention! Or call 1-800-EMBASSY. The group name is WI Honey...
Nominations Open for Beekeeper of the Year and WHPA Awards

Nominations Open for Beekeeper of the Year and WHPA Awards

DOWNLOAD NOMINATION FORM HERE Please consider nominating a fellow beekeeper(s) for recognition of their accomplishments, contributions, and efforts in the field of beekeeping. The Awards committee seeks members to consider the following: Beekeeper of the Year: This is...
WHPA Bear Committee Opens Bear Loss Report Form

WHPA Bear Committee Opens Bear Loss Report Form

To combat colony losses and apiary damage from bears visiting a beeyard, the WHPA has launched a Bear Loss Report Form where beekeepers can enter their colony losses resulting from nuisance bears. Enter your apiary damage from a bear HERE