Here is a list of State Apiarists. We try to maintain it but be aware that there might be changes which are not yet included here.

    • Generally responsibilites which this post will cover are many and various. Here are some of their duties, but each state will have its own criteria.


    • Regulatory work such as apiary registration and inspection, coordination of other inspectors, diagnostic testing for disease and mite treatment resistance, etc.


    • Beekeeper outreach and a contact point for beekeepers across the state involved in courses, meetings, board participation, composing an Apiary Inspector Manual, fact sheets, newsletter articles and other publications


  • Public (non-beekeeper) outreach on bees, beekeeping, and pollination / agricultural liaison.

If you are aware of any omissions orĀ errors in this State Apiarists list please let us know.

2 Responses to “State Apiarists”

  • Heather

    My 11 year old has been keeping bees since a little before he turned 5. Life events happened he was without his bees for a little over a year. We moved an currently in a county that doesnt seem to have an inspector. I have found one that covers counties near us an will contact him, just wondering if there was anything else i should do. Registration will be filled out tomorrow an sent in.
    Thank you for your time,
    Ms. Campbell


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