Tennessee Beekeepers Association – official site
Official Tennessee Resources
UT Extension – University of Tennessee Extension apiculture program
Tennessee Department of Agriculture – Tennessee Department of Agriculture apiary section
Middle Tennessee Beekeeping Clubs (complete list of TN clubs on TBA site)
Beekeepers of Middle Tennessee – Meets in Franklin
Wilson County Beekeepers – Meets in Lebanon
Columbia Area Beekeepers – Meets in Columbia
Marshall County Beekeepers – Meets in Lewisburg
Cheatham County Beekeepers – Meets in Ashland City
Clarksville – Montgomery County Beekeeping Association – Meets in Clarksville
Suppliers of Bees and Bee Equipment
Johnson Honey Farm – NABA’s Robert Johnson and family sell package bees, queens, nucs, honey and beekeeping supplies at 1206 S. Dickerson Road in Goodlettsville, TN.
Bon Aqua Springs Apiaries and Woodenware – Locally owned and operated by NABA member Trevor Qualls.
Wolf Creek Bees – NABA’s John Seaborn in Centerville, TN raises 4.9mm honey bees.
A.I. Root Company – beeswax candles, includes information on Bee Culture magazine.
Bee-Commerce – On-line shopping for beekeeping supplies plus on-line help.
Dadant & Sons – beekeeping supplies and the American Bee Journal. Dadant has a branch in Frankfort, KY
Walter T. Kelley Company – Bee keeping supplies. Based in Clarkson, KY.
Brushy Mountain Bee Farm – Beekeeping supplies.
Betterbee – Beekeeping supplies.
Mann Lake – Beekeeping supplies.
State Beekeeping Organizations
Georgia Beekeepers Association – official site
Kentucky State Beekeepers Association – official site
Alabama Beekeepers Association – official site
Bees and Wasps – A very informative website about Bees and Wasps.
Dvash Association – Educational Hives in Warner Park established by two NABA members
Heartland Apicultural Society – Regional beekeeping organization that includes Tennessee.
Internet Apiculture and Beekeeping Archive – archive for the Usenet newsgroup science.agriculture.beekeeping, the listserv bee-l, the sci.agriculture.beekeeping faq, beekeeping, and apiculture information.
Mite Control in Honeybees With Essential Oils – by Jim Amrine, Entomologist & Acarologist, West Virginia University, Division of Plant and Soil Sciences.