The Denton County Beekeepers Association (DCBA), established in 2015, has continued to grow since its inception. Our goal being to serve Denton County, and surrounding areas, by providing an environment for networking with beekeepers of all levels.
Our mission is to teach, share, and inform our community about bees and beekeeping, and enhance our member's beekeeping experience.
We strive to offer education and assistance to all levels of interest. Including:
Board of Directors
President: Candi Pardue
Vice President: Courtney Ware
Secretary: Corey Thomas
Treasurer: Mike Rekart
Communications Director: Judy Austin
Librarian: Larry Dean, JR
Check the calendar for meeting times and locations.
Supporting our pollinators is the responsibility of everyone in our community. There are a number of ways we can all make a difference in the life of a honeybee.
- Become a hobby beekeeper
- Volunteer at the DCBA
- Donate to a DCBA program
- Educate yourself about pollinators
- Plant pollinator friendly landscape
- Keep pollinators in mind, use pesticides and herbicides responsibly
Together, we make a difference!
$25/yr for individuals
$35/yr for families
- Access to H.I.V.E.
- Monthly programs
- Guest Speakers
- Networking and Fellowship
- Beekeeping Classes
- Equipment Checkout Program
- Education Library
- Community Network for swarm removals
- Affiliation with the Texas Beekeepers Association
Once every month. Check the calendar for times and locations. Attendance is free and open to the public.