Membership

Membership in the GHBA entitles you to attend meetings and events. Feel free to come out to a meeting or two before commiting to a membership!

Membership has it’s benefits:

  • connect with experienced beekeepers for mentorship and advice
  • access our extensive club library of beekeeping books and magazines
  • join our Facebook page to connect with other members
  • take part in annual tours of beekeeping operations big and small!
We are happy to give you an e-option this year for paying your membership dues!
The amount is $50 per household annually. 
 
Here are the two options for payment: 
1 - E-transfer and Google Form. 
Fill out the form at this link https://forms.gle/ggUQkztcZh1apL8T6 
Send money etransfer to members@ghba.ca 
OR
2 - Print form to fill out and mail a cheque
Cheque made out to: Golden Horseshoe Beekeepers' Association
Print attached form, fill it out neatly, mail it with the cheque to:  
        GHBA
        11 Wardrope Ave
        Stoney Creek, Ontario   L8G 1R9
We will be using this form to ensure you receive our monthly Tidbits Newsletter.
 
If you have any questions, please email members@ghba.ca and we will get back to you. 
 
Thank you for all your support and hope to see you on Zoom until we get to see you in person again!
Micheline Higgins
Club Treasurer

For membership inquiries contact:

Rodney & Carolyne comments about the GHBA membership:

Carolyne and I have been members of the Golden Horseshoe Beekeepers (GHB)
for three years now.  We had just moved to the Beamsville area on our new
farm. Having just completed a beekeeping course through the Ontario
Beekeeping Association (OBA) and with new hives on the property, we were
eager to find a beekeeping community in our area. A beekeeping equipment
vendor of ours suggested we attend the GHB meetings. At the first meeting,
people were friendly and very helpful with advice. The format of the meeting
was very informative and we appreciated the variety of guest speakers and
topics that were covered. Over these past few years, we have appreciated the
new friends we have made and the generosity of club members when it comes to
helping us out. We have several of our GHB friends who have provided a
tremendous life line during some turbulent moments in our beekeeping
careers. We rely on income from our hives in the form of honey production,
so we appreciate being part of a club that has significant persons of
experience and a wealth of beekeeping knowledge. We have learned so much and
this has made us more more confident in our skills as beekeepers. We would
definitely recommend the club to anyone who wants to learn about beekeeping.

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