The University of Florida -

Es​caRosa Beekeepers Association is another wonderful club in the Greater Pensacola area.  Their club meets on the second Tuesday of the month.  Find more information by clicking either their link here.  http://escarosa.beeinfo.org/Home/test/meeting-minutes

Local Resources

Escambia County Mosquito Control - 850-937-2188

Although there is not a lot of information on their site here's there website's link.  https://www.santarosa.fl.gov/resident-services/index.cfm?Menu=148

****Antibiotic prescriptions -a special thank you to the University of Florida for finding a way for beekeepers to continue to get the required antibiotics for our bees without having to spend money on vet visits! This program is done in conjunction with the Florida Department of Agriculture, so you must be registered with the state to receive the free prescription.  www.honeybeevfd.com  

 As a beekeeper you will need to let them know you have bees on your property.  Once notified, they will not spray 125 feet before your property and 125 feet after your property ends.  

https://myescambia.com/our-services/natural-resources-management/mosquito-control

​Baldwin County Alabama beekeepers -  http://baldwinbees.com

Florida Department of Agriculture - (352) 395-4633

Santa Rosa County Mosquito Control - (850) 981-7135

 Bee Registration  - All hives must be registered with the Department of Agriculture.  This allows us to keep all of our bees healthy. Please read more on their site about the inspection and cost.  It is a very nominal fee.  http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Plant-Industry/Business-Services/Registrations-and-Certifications/Beekeeper-Registration

​American Bee Keeping Federation - http://www.abfnet.org 

EscaRosa Beekeepers Association 

Pensacola beekeeping


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