As a new member you will:
Receive a “Beekeeping in Indiana” book.
Receive a Quarterly Newsletters.
Receive a Membership Roster with over 1200 members.
Free $2,500 accidental death policy
Vote for Board Members at the Fall Meeting.
November 8, 2014 McCormick's Creek
Early notice of Bee School end of February with renowned national bee expert speakers.
Indiana State Fair
Sell your honey at the IBA booth
Make money for your local organization
Work the booth for a ticket to the Fair
Access to Statewide Field Clinics dates and locations.
Name on Swarm Call List on the web site.
Name on Local Honey for sale list on the web site.
Availability to the Young Beekeepers award.
Availability to the Brent Bridwell award.
As a new member your dues:
Help fund the State Programs that the IBA supports.
Help the IBA support the local clubs with advice and speakers.
Help support this website which is available to all beekeepers.
Every beekeeper has some effect on the other beekeepers around them. If other beekeepers bees are weak and sick then that can make mine weak or sick. Personally I'm interested in helping others and that helps me. Being a part of the IBA, helps you to be well informed and represented on a state level as well as nationally if possible. We need to get other beekeepers to see the big picture and get them to understand they are helping others as well as themselves." by Jim Owen, Director IBA
Join the mainstream of Indiana beekeepers by joining IBA now!
The form shown at the right is all you need to get started with your membership in the IBA. For more information about joining, call Debbie Seib at 317-432-9578 or email email@example.com.
If you'd like to renew your membership or join the IBA using PayPal, please click on the Membership Page link below. There is a transaction fee added on.