Meeting to form a Wide Bay branch of Australian Native Bee Association
Tony Harvey and Sharon Davies would like to invite interested persons from the Wide Bay area in Queensland to a meeting to consider forming a branch of Australian Native Bee Association (ANBA).
When: 4 December 2019, 6 pm
Where: The Spotted Dog tavern, 217 Bourbong St, Bundaberg.
For more details, call Tony on 0499 027 115 and leave a message, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Australian Native Bee Association Inc. (ANBA) aims to build a dynamic member-based organisation dedicated to protecting all native bees (not only stingless bees), protecting our members and providing great learning resources and social experiences.
The cost of joining the ANBA is $50 per annum for standard membership or $100 for industry membership. Join the ANBA here: https://australiannativebee.org.au/
The benefits of joining this association include:
The ANBA is registered to operate nationwide, but we encourage LOCAL BRANCHES to form. Upon joining the association, members choose to affiliate with a local branch or remain unaffiliated. Branches can raise and manage their own funds. Five branches (Brisbane, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Sydney and Mid North Coast NSW) have already voted to form. Branches retain some autonomy but need to follow a few guidelines as stated under The Rules of the ANBA. Steps to form a branch:
More detailed guidelines can be found here: https://australiannativebee.org.au/Form-a-new-local-branch
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