Center Of Michigan Beekeepers

​​​​COMB Dues

It's that time of year again. COMB dues run from January to December. To vote on officers at the January meeting your dues must be paid by then. You can pay your dues at the January or December meeting. See the COMB Membership page for more information.

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Upcoming Events

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October 14 at 6:30 PM Regular Monthly Meeting at the MSU Pavilion

Updates on club donations to FFA students and Bailey Hall Bees / Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment (RISE) pollinator garden.

Rich Wieske - Historical look at beekeeping in Detroit
​​Rich Wieske is the Michigan Beekeepers Association (MBA) District 3 Representative. He has been a bee activist for nearly two decades. As co-owner of
Green Toe Gardens, he manages around 80 hives in Detroit and southeast Oakland County. Green Toe Gardens also maintains the hives at the Belle Isle Nature Center, the Crosswind’s Marsh, for the Wayne County Airport Authority, as well as the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House. Rich is Past President of Heartland Apicultural Society and is currently serving as Director of SEMBA’s outstanding Bee School.

Chris Robbins will be doing a new beekeeper question and answer in the class room from 6:00-6:30.

MSU Sentinel Hives - Due to the forecasted temperatures for Monday there will be no MSU Sentinel Hive inspections this month. Watch for this event to come back next spring.

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Questions should be directed to Jen Blackburn (

COMB is a club for beekeepers in the mid-Michigan area. COMB's purpose is the study and promotion of the science and art of beekeeping. Meetings are open to the public but only members who are current on their dues may vote on club business. Club meetings are usually held at 6:30 PM on the second Monday of the month at the MSU Pavilion. Check Inside COMB Events for updated information on club meetings and upcoming events. Follow COMB on Social Media at our Facebook site for group discussions and questions.

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