Why Become A Member of AHPA?
The American Honey Producers Association has long been committed to upholding the common interest and general welfare of the American beekeeper. It is the only national beekeeping organization that reserves voting rights for beekeepers.
There are many challenges that face the honeybees and beekeepers. The AHPA is continually working on all levels of government to diminish and eliminate these problems. Several issues that the AHPA in the past and currently are working on are:
Anti-dumping and adulteration of honey
Funding for the USDA-ARS Bee Research Labs
Federal extension apiarists
Farm Programs such as ELAP and NAP
Standard of Identity for honey
And other items to help further the profitability of the honey producer.
The AHPA pledges to do everything it can to improve the future of beekeeping for all beekeepers, no matter what their size.
Benefits of an AHPA Membership
All AHPA members will receive a subscription to the Honey Producer magazine. Honey Producer magazine that:
Highlights current industry news
Publishes submitted articles from the scientific community
Informs you of legal battles being fought in Washington, DC
Provides complete AHPA convention schedules
Is published four times each year
A bi-weekly email “Latest News” newsletter.
You will also receive exclusive access to "Members Only" pages and content on our site.
Become a Member today! To register online, click here.
Or you can send in your register by mail, click here for printable version.
Yearly Membership Dues
Commercial (301+ hives) $500
Sideline (76-300 Hives) $100
Hobbyist (1-75 hives) $ 50
Non - Voting Associate:
Firm or Beekeeping Association $150
Individual (Scientist-Apiary Inspector) $40
Non AHPA members may subscribe to Honey Producer magazine by submitting a $40 annual subscription fee to the following:
c/o Anderson Zurmuehlen & Co.
PO Box 1605
Great Falls, MT 59403-1605
Is the American Honey Producers Association for you?
Whether you are a small or large honey producer, a scientist or researcher, or someone with a general interest in bees, we have a membership that is perfect for you.
The AHPA has two different types of memberships: Voting and Non-Voting Memberships.
Our voting membership is strictly for those who own and operate beehives. We are the only national organization who reserves the voting rights exclusively for beekeepers.
Our Non-Voting Membership is for those who may research bees, state/local beekeeping organizations, or individuals with a common interest in beekeeping.
No matter who you are or your involvement in the bee industry, the America Honey Producers Association has a place for you.
Become a member today! Click here to register