Here are 15 reasons why BIBBA opposes the importation of honey bees and queens
Changes to Subscriptions
Changes to Subscriptions The committee plan to introduce the following changes: The Ordinary membership fee will increase to £25 from 1st April 2020 Ordinary members paying by Direct Debit (or Standing Order) will pay a reduced rate of £20 For Republic of Ireland members, the reduced fee of £20 will…
University of Plymouth Project
The University of Plymouth in partnership with B4 (a community interest company: Bringing Back Black Bees) and funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) have started a 4 year PhD project to investigate suggestions from bee-keepers that different sub-species have a suite of different behaviours and characteristics in comparison…
Strategy Statement BIBBA supports and promotes the sustainable conservation, restoration, study, selection, and improvement of honey bees that are native to the British Isles and Ireland (often referred to as the European Dark Bee or Apis mellifera mellifera).