Anyone can become a member of the Northwest New Jersey Beekeepers Association, whether they keep bees or not. All that is needed is a keen interest in bee culture and a desire to learn and participate in the activities of the organization, both local and state-wide.
Members pay yearly dues to be on both local and state mailing lists - and to be invited to participate in social, educational and business gatherings.
Membership for the NWNJBA is obtained through the New Jersey Beekeepers Association. Following these instructions will take you to the NJBA website for a membership application. Prospective members should print, complete and U.S. mail the membership form displayed by clicking on this link.
The membership form will indicate what the current annual membership fees are and where to send the printed form and relevant yearly dues payment. The Northwest region of NJBA models its organization after other regions in New Jersey. See the Constitution and By-Laws of the Northwest Jersey Beekeepers Association for details on elections, time-in-office rules, etc. To review the Constitution and By-Laws of the NJBA click here.