I want to host a beehive!
Would you like to have bees on your property and have a qualified beekeeper keep them? Maybe you just want their pollination services for your garden, or you don't have the time or ability to maintain them yourself?
This form lets you tell the Colonial Beekeepers Association that you would like to learn about hosting a managed hive or hives. To protect your privacy, only a general description of your location is listed. If a Colonial Beekeeper is interested in placing hives in that general area, they will request and receive your more specific contact information.
Keep in mind that it could be weeks or months before any particular beekeeper might be interested in investigating your property. It is more likely that a beekeeper will contact you in the spring months when hives are increasing in population rather than in the winter. If you change your mind, you can easily remove your listing at any time.
All further arrangements are the responsibility of the beekeeper and property owner. No representation is being made as to the suitability of anyone's property, nor to any arrangements or considerations to be made by either hosts or beekeepers.
List or remove listing choice
I want to talk to a beekeeper about hosting a hive on my property.
I want to remove my previously listed property from consideration.
Host Property Owner's Name(s)?
(Who is to be contacted)
Host Contact Phone Number(s)
(Include Area Code and any hour restrictions - e.g. before 8 PM, etc)
Host Property General Area?
(Generally known place name, e.g. 'Seaford', general road or cross-streets, subdivision name, any other non-specific locator - used on public website to give a general idea of your potential hive location)
Host Property Street Address?
(Where hives are to be located - only given to beekeepers when requesting contact)
Host Property Municipality?
Isle of Wight
James City County/Williamsburg City
Other - south of the James
Other - north or west of James City - Matthews counties
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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