EAS 2010 August 2-6, 2010
Boone, North Carolina
The Eastern Apicultural Society of North America was established
in 1955 with the purpose of promoting honey bee culture, the
education of beekeepers, and excellence in bee research. Every
summer, EAS conducts its annual conference in one of its 22 member
States/Provinces. About 500 people, from around the world, attend
this conference every year.
You must be a member of EAS in order to participate in the Short Course, Conference, or other activities.
Dues may be paid with your conference or short course registration. Additional
membership information is available on this web site.
We'd like to cordially invite bee keepers of every stripe to Boone, North Carolina August 2 -6, 2010.
North Carolina is honored to host EAS once again, and Boone is the perfect spot for it. Part of the "high
country" of the state, Boone offers countless fun outdoor activities and a perfect climate for our conference.
We are diligently assembling our schedule for the short course, workshops, social events and the for
conference itself. Be sure to check this space for updates as information about the 2010 EAS Short Course
and Conference will be posted here as it becomes available.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Boone in 2010!
EAS 2010 President, Will Hicks
We have the following information available at this time:
Short Course Schedule
Main Conference Schedule
2010 Honey Show Rules (PDF)
Note: Honey Show entries must be dropped off between 10 AM and Noon on Wednesday.
Advance registration is closed. Only walk-in registration is available.
Download the registration form, print it, fill it out, and bring it with you to the conference.
Various items from presentations
Updated September 6, 2010