The CJBA is a branch of the New Jersey Beekeepers Association whose focus is to promote beekeeping throughout the state. The CJBA serves Middlesex, Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean and Burlington counties.
Our mission is to:
- Promote and support all aspects of beekeeping in Central Jersey
- Educate the general public about the benefits and importance of beekeeping
- Dispel myths and misinformation concerning the honey bee
- Promote the honey bee and the beekeeping industry
- Provide resources and communication to the beekeeping community
To learn more or if interested in becoming a member, we welcome you to join us at our General Membership Meetings, check the calendar for the next meeting. You may also contact us at anytime, check the Contact page for more details.
General Meeting Friday April 24, 2015
Monmouth County Agriculture Building – 6:30pm
The agenda will be made available prior to the meeting.
Past minutes can be found in the bottom right under Organizational Info.
Call For Speakers
We welcome your suggestions for a dynamic speaker or a topic that you find exciting for our meetings.
Please contact our president, Petronio Zalamea with your thoughts.
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think would benefit our members.
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CJBA Honey Extractors
CJBA has 2 extractors available for members to use
at no charge. Due to the high demand for use
of the extractors there is a ONE WEEK LIMIT
use of them. Extractors must be returned cleaned and
in working order.
To borrow one, please make arrangements with the
extractor manager closer to you. Pick-up and
drop-off dates and times will be based on
availablility of the equipment and the manager.
- Bob Hughes in Yardley at 609 585-4359
- Ray Pogwist in Ocean Twp. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732 774-0983
Report a Swarm
If you have collected a swarm or know someone that
has, please report it HERE. This
information helps us understand where and when
swarms are occurring to possibly predict future
activity and provide guidance to the beekeeping
If you need a swarm removed, look HERE for someone near you that can assist.
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