Many thanks to Dana for stewarding the Web site through a couple of volunteer transitions.
We now have swapped over to using WordPress as the engine for our website. This website is using a responsive design and should be easier to navigate on desktops, tablets and smartphones.
As board members fill in the details of their areas of expertize, we hope that the site will be more functional and useful to both our membership and the others interested in Beekeeping.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture maintains a page on their web site specifically for Apiarists.
On it you will find the laws, general information and a registration form to register your hives.
The association strongly recommends that you register your hives. For 1 to 5 hives it is a nominal cost of $5 per year.
Link: Washington State Department of Agriculture - Apiary
PDF: Apiary Registration Form
A PowerPoint presentation by Patrick Sturgill and Mary Haynes, on attempting to build a Top Bar Hive.
Our Main Source of Information: Phil Chandler, aka The Barefoot Beekeeper found at biobees.com