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Tennessee has one state beekeeping association, the Tennnessee Beekeeper's Association (TBA) whose objectives are the promotion of modern, scientific beekeeping throughout Tennessee, encouraging youth in the art of beekeeping and informing the public of the importance of the honey bee. There are more than 450 members throughout Tennessee and their board of directors includes representatives from 19 local associations.

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