If you become a member, you will receive the "Bee Improvement" magazine, free of charge.
You will be able to attend all BIBBA events including conferences, lectures, field days
You will learn about the characteristics including docile behaviour of native bees Apis mellifera mellifera and
how to assess them, as well as learn how to get the best from them by management techniques.
Morphometric techniques are taught and tuition given in using computer methods to speed this
Breeding techniques and selection can be learned in theoretical and practical workshops.
Local bee improvement groups are encouraged to work together on the selection and breeding of bees suitable
for their own areas.
Beekeepers are encouraged to propagate and conserve strains of Native bees in
order that they may be distributed to help others establish or reinforce Native bee stocks.
If this interests you please Join BIBBA without delay, the larger our membership base, the
more can be done to help others.
How to Join BIBBA
The Annual Subscription is only £20.00 (Sterling) per year, Due on 1st January.
Members joining after 1st October receive membership till the end of the following year.
Further details are available from the Honorary Membership Secretary, Enid Brown.
Send your subscription as a cheque, PO, International money order
(in £ UK pounds), credit card or other means of payment in £ Sterling,
US Dollars or Euros via the E commerce facility to:
The pages Why BIBBA? and
About Us will give a few more details that
will help to convince you to become members.
If you have special skills that could be of use in an organisation such as BIBBA, please
make yourself known to the committee.