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HAS 2019 – Bowling Green, Kentucky

HAS will return to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 2019 conference.  Join us following your Independence Day weekend, Monday – Wednesday, July 8-10, 2019 Western Kentucky University offers great convenience for HAS attendees with almost all activities in one building on their beautiful campus. More details coming soon! Sign up for …

HAS 2018 Honey Show

2018 HONEY SHOW WINNERS The following are the winners of the 2018 HAS Honey Show July 11-12, 2018: Class A, Extra Light Amber Honey: Cyndee Moriarty, Hawthorn Woods, Illinois; first place. Fran Davidson, New Carlisle, Ohio; second place. Kevin McBride, Mooresville, Indiana; third place. Class A, Light Amber Honey: Kim …

Vendors at HAS

Thanks to the nation’s leading beekeeping vendors who participated in HAS 2018! Bastin Honey Bee Farm Betterbee Books and More Broodminder Brushy Mountain Bee Farm B L Plastic Container Dadant & Sons, Inc. Field Watch Giofre Apiaries Isabees, LLC Honey Bee Health Coalition Kelley Beekeeping Little Mule Bee Supply, LLC …

New to HAS? Here’s What to Expect!

What to Expect at Annual HAS Conferences Heartland Apicultural Society (HAS) is a non-profit that works with volunteers to offer three full days of beekeeping education every year, rotating through Midwest and Southeastern states to reach as many beekeepers as possible. The next HAS annual conference will be held July …

HAS 2018 Speakers

Thanks to the great speakers who made a success of HAS 2018 at Washington University in St. Louis. View the schedule online. Keynote speakers included: Dr. Marla Spivak, MacArthur Fellow and Professor at the University of Minnesota, will open the conference with her perspective on how events are shaping the future …