President: Rick Martinez - 719-242-6214
Vice President and Swarm Commander: Dru Spinnuzi - 719-250-3441
Secretary: Maura Edison - 719-251-8741
Treasurer: Wendy Hall - 719-330-1546
Past President and Swarm Commander: L. Scott Stevenson - 719-315-5473
Board Member: Vick Boley - 719-369-7403
Board Member: Randy Edwards - 719-320-7568
Board Member: Rick Ludwig - 719-242-1509
Call for information or feel free to join us for a club meeting. Our next meeting will be Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 6:30, in the Lamb Branch Library. Our meetings are online via ZOOM, too. This is our annual board member election night and several positions need to be filled including: electing/reelecting a vice president, secretary, and three at-large members; and seating an Education Coordinator, and education committee. Also, we have a couple of other committees in the planning stages. Sign up to attend the meeting on the Event's page.
The mission of the Pueblo County Beekeepers Association (PCBA) is to promote sustainable beekeeping in Southern Colorado. The association shall:
a. Provide education for the public and beekeepers.
b. Provide support for fellow beekeepers.
c. Provide resources, including swarm rescue, honey extraction, hive management and pest control.
d. Aid in the education of youth about beekeeping through youth programs such as 4-H.
Membership and Dues: (Friendly Reminder 2022 Dues are due.)
a. Membership will be open to any individual with an interest in beekeeping, pollinator health, or other aspects of bee culture. Membership is attained by submitting the required membership dues. All paid adult members shall have voting privileges.
b. Annual adult and youth membership dues will be determined yearly by the executive board. Annual adult dues will include both PCBA and Colorado State Beekeepers Association membership.
c. The membership year runs from January through December, and dues will not be prorated.
d. Membership is open to all, irrespective of race, color, sex, or national origin
Membership and Dues
In accordance with Pueblo City Regulations regarding the keeping of bees within city limits as found in Title XI- Police Regulations - General Offense Code - Article IV Offenses Against Property, Sec. 11-1-405" - the following information on keeping honey bees is provided:
(Z) honeybee, provided, however, that the number of honeybees does not exceed the number contained in two (2) beehives located on the same property. For purposes of subparagraph (Z), a beehive shall mean any, container housing no more than one (1) colony of honey bees including one (1) queen bee.
Pueblo Beekeeping Rules Within City Limits