For those that have already renewed their 2024 membership please use the lost password form use the email that you used to sign up for your membership generate your new password.


You can then update your password and other details by going to ‘my account‘ > ‘profile details‘.


If you haven’t yet gotten your 2024 membership you can renew your membership online or in person at the next meeting.


If your household has already renewed their membership for 2024 but you’d like a login with your own email you can checkout with a  Free Add on Membership 


If you experience any issues, have questions or need help contact treasurer@langleybeeclub.org 


I have property for Bees

The Langley Bee Club does not have a formal land matching program. We encourage you to join our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/langleybeeclub and share your request with our members or contact the Young Agrarians by clicking the link below.


As pollinators, bees play a part in every aspect of the ecosystem. They support the growth of trees, flowers, and other plants, which serve as food and shelter for creatures large and small. Bees contribute to complex, interconnected ecosystems that allow a diverse number of different species to co-exist.


There is no doubting the importance of bees to our food supply. Without them, our gardens would be bare and our plates empty. But we should also remember the other reasons bees are important to the environment.


Canada ranks first and second in the world in terms of canola and blueberry production, respectively. Both of these crops are dependent on insect pollinators, especially hybrid canola seed production.


There are approximately 706,000 honey bee colonies in Canada. The estimated value of honey bee pollination in Canada is about $2 billion


Honey Bees have become an integral part of our agricultural system. Their value as crop pollinators has been estimated to be more than $17 billion dollars in additional yields in North America alone.