Husband and wife Brannen Basham and Jill Jacobs are doing their part to promote, protect, and preserve pollinators. Back in June, they launched Spriggly’s Beescaping to help others get started in creating bee-friendly habitat. The company offers educational opportunities in classroom settings or with hands-on honeybee hive setups. Pollinator tours are offered every Saturday at the couple’s cut-your-own Love Lane Flower Farm. They also offer Plant-by-Number Garden Guides. Starting at $25, these maps are custom-made from photos and measurements supplied. Each number represents a list of species from which customers can plant in the parts of their yard graphically designated, and Spriggly’s can sell the seeds or recommend a vendor. The featured product, though, is the bee houses. They consist of blocks with bores for egg-laying, protected by a house-like structure. Basham, a horticulturalist by trade, found his calling after discovering a copy of #Hive and the Honeybee#. Concerned about the forces working to diminish pollinator habitat, he began reading all he could and set out to build a business to share what he learned and offer easy-to-use products to enhance pollinator habitat. The idea resonated with Jacobs, an animal-lover who specializes in web design and marketing.