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British Columbia Commercial Beekeepers Association

Sub-series primarily comprises copies of records of the annual meetings of the British Columbia Commercial Beekeepers Association. The Association was established around 1962 as an organization of individuals who draw their livelihood primarily from beekeeping or the sale of its products. Its objectives were to promote and develop markets and marketing methods for apiary products, inform members of developments in apiculture research, and participate in the Canadian Beekeepers' Council. The Association appears to have maintained a close relationship with the British Columbia Honey Producers' Association. It disbanded around 1980. Records in this sub-series consist of the Association's constitution, annual meeting minutes, newsletters, and original letterhead.

Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturalists

Sub-series comprises copies of records of the annual meetings of the Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturalists. The organization began as the Canadian Association of Apiarists but registered as a professional association in 1975 and changed its name to the current form in that year. It continues as an active organization. The Association promotes cooperation among professional apiculturalists working in agricultural administration, extension or research. Its members generally are employed by federal or provincial governments or universities. The Association maintains a consultative role in relation to the Canadian Honey Council and acts as a liaison with apiculturalists in other countries. Records in this sub-series consist of minutes and proceedings.

Canadian Beekeepers' Council

Sub-series comprises records documenting the activities of the Canadian Beekeepers' Council. The Council was established in 1939 to study problems relating to the marketing of bee products and to promote education and standards. Records consist of correspondence, reports, a pamphlet, and a programme.

Fraser Valley Pollinators' Association

Sub-series comprises copies of records of the meetings of the Fraser Valley Pollinators' Association. The Association was established in 1977 to promote pollination services offered by beekeepers to the growers of various crops, provide high service standards, and negotiate with growers on a group basis. The current status of the Association is not known. Records consist of meeting minutes.

Provincial Apiarists' Association

Sub-series comprises copies of records of the meetings of the Provincial Apiarists' Association. The Association was established in 1952 as an organization of government apiary officials employed in provincial departments and ministries across Canada. It aimed to promote the scientific and practical efficiency of beekeeping, disseminate progressive ideas relating to apiculture, and secure cooperation among apiculturalists working in the country. The current status of the Association is not known. Records consist of proceedings of the Association's meetings in 1952 and 1958 and a 1959 report.

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