Saving Bees by Educating Beekeepers

We are a beekeeping group located in Oldham County, Kentucky. We are a friendly group and are passionate about educating and supporting local Kentucky beekeepers. We do that through a variety of education opportunities, community involvement, and sales opportunities. Our membership is not exclusive to Oldham County and many of our members are from the surrounding counties like Henry, Jefferson, Bullitt, Trimble and Spencer. We welcome anyone interested in bees to come join the fun.

Get Involved with OCBA!

Learn Beekeeping

Educating people about bees and beekeeping.

  • We provide education opportunities for new and experienced beekeepers.
  • In-person meetings with a variety of interesting topics taught by experienced club members and guest speakers (members only).
  • Continued support with both a private (members only) and public Facebook groups.

Join OCBA!

Get access to valuable member only content!

  • Joining OCBA gives you access to educational in-person (or Zoom) monthly meetings and field days.
  • Access to class and past guest speaker videos in case you miss or want to revisit a certain topic.
  • You gain access to our private Facebook group which has a strong community of our local Kentucky members.
  • Stay connected with opportunities for further education.

News & Events

Stay informed with our meetings and events!

Monthly newsletter with club announcements and meeting dates. Meetings and events are held often and updated on our site. Six single-use guest passes per year

Why We Buzz: Our Purpose

Hello and welcome to the official website of the Oldham County Beekeepers Association! We are thrilled to have you join us on a journey into the fascinating world of beekeeping. Our association exists to bring together bee enthusiasts, both seasoned and new, to promote the well-being of these incredible pollinators and the vital role they play in our environment.

Our Mission: Nurturing Bees, Cultivating Change

At the heart of our mission is a commitment to the preservation and cultivation of Kentucky’s bee populations. Bees are an important resource, responsible for pollinating crops that make up a significant portion of our food supply. By fostering a community of beekeepers in our group and across the state of Kentucky, we strive to educate, support, and cultivate apiaries where bees can thrive, ensuring the continuation of healthy ecosystems and bountiful harvests.

Why Beekeeping Matters

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