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1) Documenting training in life-saving of persons suffering from allergic reactions to insect stings.

2) Conduct (or participate as an instructor/speaker) a program or workshop at a state, regional, national, or international beekeeping meeting or convention.

3) Attend at least three (3) regional, national, or international beekeeping meetings, or convention.

4) Winning 1st or 2nd place in an authorized competition in; extracted Honey.

5) comb or cut honey

6) spun or creamed honey

7) beeswax

8) Being recognized as a beekeeping authority in your local area in the news paper, or appearing on the radio or TV.

9) Publishing an article in a beekeeping publication.

10) Publishing an article in a non-beekeeping publication.

11) Demonstrate competence in small-scale queen rearing.

12) Successfully complete a course on instrumental queen insemination.

13) Participate in a beekeeping research or Extension project at an approved institution.

14) Acquire other certified bee-related training as approved by the Board of directors.

15) Provide a hive of bees to pollinate a public garden.

16) Become a certified Master Gardener

17) Serve two or more years as an officer of a bee organization at state level or higher. (can be in more than one organization)

18) Help organize a new Beekeeper group.

19) Acquire a personal pesticide applicators license.

A candidate for Master, having achieved the Journeyman Level, must demonstrate expertise in six (6) of the nineteen (19) majors. The following must be completed after awarded the Journeyman Level and prior to sitting for the Master Exam.