You can now sign up your beekeeping club or association to the Flow Hive Beekeeping Club Support Program. Following a bee-autifully successful trial in Australia, we’re now rolling out support for beekeeping clubs in the United States, Canada, UK, Europe and across the world.

Beekeeping clubs and associations around the world have reported an influx of new beekeepers since we launched two years ago, and we are pleased to now support your club in supporting these new members.

Clubs and associations can receive a range of assistance, from discounts for members and fundraising opportunities, to educational materials and, in some cases, even the donation of a Flow Hive.

Click here for more information, including a Club Support Checklist that outlines the support we offer, and a link to the registration form.

We’ve been rolling out our support for clubs in Australia over the past couple of months, and the response from members old and new has been great.

“The members of the Macarthur Beekeeping Association would like to thank Cedar and the team for the fantastic donation of a Flow Hive to our club,” said vice president Miskell Hampton.

“We will now have a demonstration model and an active Flow Hive in the apiary. This is going to be added to our traditional Langstroth hives, the top-bar and the Warre hive,” she said. “We can now support all of our members’ beekeeping needs!”

The Beekeepers Club in Melbourne, Australia also received a Flow Hive and assistance with their beginner beekeeping course. Here’s what Club Secretary Andrew Wootton had to say.

If you’re a member of a beekeeping club, association or society, click through to our Beekeeping Club Support page for all the information you need.

We invite all interested clubs and associations to get on board, and really look forward to hearing from you!