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​From any of the meetings listed in the calendar you will find: lectures, hands-on workshops and discussions. These meetings are held for beekeepers with any level of skill, experience or ability.  Topics on introductory beekeeping tools and techniques, as well as learning opportunities for the more advanced beekeeper will be available.

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The Kansas Honey Producers Association is a not-for-profit IRC 501(c)5 agricultural-educational organization, run by dedicated volunteers, and supported primarily by membership dues (subscriptions). The IRC status means the association is a tax-exempt organization. While donations are always welcome, they are not tax deductible as a charitable contribution. However, membership dues and subscriptions may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses.

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KHPA - 2017 State Fair Volunteers  - THANK YOU !!     Here are the 2017 Honey Show winners!

Visit SignUpGenius today to register as a volunteer.   As a way to promote honey bees and their products, each year we sponsor a booth at the Kansas State Fair.  Our booth at the fair is in the Pride of Kansas Building.  The 2017 fair runs from September 8 - 17, 2017.  We rely heavily on our membership to help man the booth, and would appreciate any time you have to offer. This is a wonderful time to interact with the general public.  Early volunteer registrants are eligible to be entered for a drawing to win a payment for one (1) night's hotel stay or a Langstroth bee hive.  Our volunteers are greatly appreciated.  

Questions? Please contact 2nd VP, Kristi Sanderson via email. She'll get back with you asap. 

updated: Sept.  19, 2017 (RB)

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Renew or become a supporting member using the convenience of PayPal.   No forms need to be printed or mailed. Convenient. However, here's the 2018 membership form (download)if you would like to print & mail. Here is our 2018 Spring Meeting Registration & Outline form to review or mail with your check.

The Kansas Honey Producers Association

aka  Kansas State Beekeepers


As the state organization for Kansas beekeepers, we provide connections for beekeepers across the state. We do this in several ways: 


  • We hold 2 meetings a year with outstanding speakers and workshops. Our Spring Meeting is held in March, and the Fall Meeting in October. 
  • We publish a quarterly newsletter, which includes events and meeting and articles and information helpful to our state beekeepers. 
  • We also provide public education and service about beekeeping. Our members are speakers to garden clubs, schools, and other educational groups. We have established apiaries throughout Kansas; have participated in educating groups to become beekeepers. 
  • We send representatives to national beekeeping meetings to assure that we have current knowledge available to us in Kansas.

Scholarship/Grant applications are due October 5, 2018. 
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The Kansas Honey Producers Association (KHPA), formerly The Kansas State Beekeepers Association -the name changed in the 1981, was started over a 111 years ago for the purpose of promoting good beekeeping practices, to promote honey, to enable beekeepers from various areas to meet and share experiences and ideas, and to publicize the honey bee as an important contributor to the nation's food supply. The date on the association president's gavel for the association's founding is December 30, 1903.

Our website serves to inform the public and other fellow beekeepers with industry news, membership information, meeting schedules, and contact information. Keep informed. Stay in touch.

Our most current newsletter (4th Quarter 2017) of  "The Cappings" newsletter (download) is availableFor questions about membership or registration, please send us an email. We will help you with any issues you may have in this regard.