The Constitution and Bylaws are the written rules that control the internal affairs of our association. They generally define things including the group’s official name, purpose, membership types, officers’ titles and responsibilities, how offices are to be assigned, how meetings should be conducted, and how often meetings will be held.
Constitution and Bylaws
The mission statement of the organization is to:
1. Educate beekeepers about current trends in all aspects of beekeeping.
2. Educate the public to the use of bees for pollination of crops, and for their byproducts (honey, wax and pollen).
3. Maintain awareness of all state and national laws related to beekeeping, production and marketing of honey and wax.
4. Aid in the development of programs for young people desiring to become beekeepers.
5. Present education programs in schools and for the general public.
6. Serve as a resource in the community for addressing problems and concerns about stinging insects.
7. Foster interactions with the agricultural community and other beekeeping organizations.