MNP Bee Club

Since 2014, MNP has hosted an ever-growing group of bee enthusiasts. Monthly meetings are held at Mequon Nature Preserve, giving local bee keepers a chance to share their successes and concerns with one another.


How can you join MNP’s Bee Club?

Complete the form at the bottom of this page!

Meetings are held monthly on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30PM in the Education Center. In addition, during the summer months, regular, open-hive gatherings are held in the club apiary with dates noted on the MNP Events Calendar.

$20 annual membership fee

Third Tuesday of each month starting at 6:30PM.

Why are bees important to our environment?

Bees are responsible for the pollination of 60 percent of our fruits. Without them, our food supply would be severely limited. Flower and tree species would also suffer reproductive losses. Backyard beekeepers report dramatic improvements in their gardens’ yields when honey bees are present.

What can you do to help the bees?

Backyard beekeeping (or beekeeping at MNP) is vital to the recovery of honeybee populations and to offset the loss of natural habitat throughout our country.

Join our Facebook Bee Club group!

MNP Bee Club Membership Form

Please complete the form below. You will be contacted by a Bee Club Committee member soon!