Board of Directors

Peter Montague

Peter Montague’s professional background is in Construction, Facilities and Project management. His list of other interests is a bit more diverse, beekeeping of course, as well as woodworking, metalworking, ​casting, and electronics. He is an urban and suburban beekeeper who has been keeping bees for the better part of a decade. He first got involved with Boston’s beekeeping community as a presenter at BABA’s Tour De Hives, and then came on the BABA’s board as Vice President and eventually President. As President, Peter’s goals are to grow the club to over 500 members, fill all the empty seats on the board, grow our educational programming​ and scale of our events. Feel free to reach out to him at or at 857-209-0985 if you have any questions about our group or events or if you just want to talk about beekeeping.

Bill Perkins – Vice President

Bill Perkins has been keeping bees since 2012 in and around Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, also the location of Agricultural Hall, his urban agricultural supply store and resource center.  He co-teaches BABA’s winter bee school and enjoys leading small beekeeping classes and workshops throughout the year to anyone who asks.