The Pikes Peak Beekeepers Association (PPBA) is a not-for-profit organization providing information and support for commercial and hobby beekeepers in the Pikes Peak region, including the cities of Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Canon City and Monument.

The PPBA generally meets on the third Thursday of the months of January, April, July and October. 

The formal portion of the meeting  starts promptly at 7:00 pm and includes association business and the presentations for that meeting. There will be time for questions during the formal portion of the meeting but those questions should be limited to the topics being discussed.

 Meetings are open to the public. 

Annual membership dues are $15 per family.  For more information about PPBA contact us via email at:  pikespeakbeekeepers [at]






The next PPBA General Membership Meeting will be Thursday, July 18th, at 7pm at the Gold Hills Mesa Police Station, 955 West Moreno Ave, in Colorado Springs.


The Guest Speaker (live, not via Zoom) will be Charlotte Hubbard, beekeeper, teacher, author and speaker from Kalamazoo, Michigan. She is known for overwintering her colonies and was Michigan's 2018 Beekeeper of the Year. She teaches beekeeping and is well-known throughout the beekeeping communities in Michigan. 


You can read about Charlotte at:





If you see a swarm, contact Lazarus Fields                              at 765 - 425 - 1940 or e-mail:

      ltf [at]


Here's some bee swarm photos:



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