Affiliated Societies

American Association of Professional Apiculturists (AAPA)

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AAPA, American Association of Professional Apiculturists, is an organization consisting of professors, state apiarists, scientists and students who all study and work with honey bees (Apis mellifera).

The goals of the AAPA focus around three major areas: 1) Promoting communication within and between industry, academia and the beekeeping community; 2) Developing and fostering research on fundamental and applied questions to gain a greater understanding of bee biology in an aim to assist and improve the beekeeping industry; and 3) Create a venue to rapidly share new techniques and current research to advance the field.

AAPA organizes a yearly conference, the American Bee Research Conference (ABRC) which is usually in January, often together with other professional beekeepers (American Beekeeping Federation, or American Honey Producers Association, Apiary Inspectors of America).

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