Bylaws and Constitution

Bylaws and Constitution documents, last revised in 2011, posted in PDF format and available for members to review.  Immediate questions or concerns related to the Bylaws and Constitution may be directed to any of the TBA Officers or Directors prior to the annual convention held each November

TBA Bylaws rev 2011

These bylaws may be amended or repealed, in whole or in part, by a majority vote at any organized meeting of the Association preceded by a thirty (30) day advance written notice to the membership of such proposed change.  This may be done by means of publication in the Texas Beekeepers Association Journal in a timely issue preceding the annual meeting or by a First Class mailing to all members at their last recorded address.  Should the membership elect to dissolve the Association, all assets will be donated to a similar not for profit beekeeping organization, university or research entity.  Nothing will accrue to any individual.

Honey Bees and Flowers

Bearding Honey Bees on Hive

Honey Bee on Flower

TBA Constitution rev 2011

This constitution may be amended, repealed, or altered in the whole or in part, by two- thirds (2/3) of the votes cast at the Annual Meeting preceded by a thirty (30) day advance, written notice of proposed change.  This may be done by means of publication in the Texas Beekeepers Association Journal in a timely issue preceding the Annual Meeting or by a First Class mailing to all members.