As the situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19) unfolds, we want you to know that the well-being of our customers and staff members is our top priority.
You can order online or our farm is currently open for customers to shop using our self-serve method Monday – Saturdays between 9am-5pm. Please visit the porch of the farmhouse once you arrive to pick up the self-serve shopping materials & instructions.
If you are wanting to pick up trees, those hours are Mondays – Saturdays between 9am-3pm. Trees must be tagged and orders turned in no later than 2:30pm to pickup the same day. Please call the office with any questions about visiting the farm.
Our delivery crew will continue planting but we are following the guidelines of the CDC and local authorities to help prevent the spread of the virus by taking these actions:
- Our employees are required to stay home should they or someone in their household get a fever or become ill. We are providing sick leave so they know their job is safe.
- All delivery and planting staff are washing hands upon entering work and at regular intervals throughout the day. Our staff is wiping down all items including cash and checks.
- Even though our planting crew is outside the entire time, we are encouraging our customers and crew to practice social distancing and recommend that everyone stay 6’ apart.
- Customers can order online and are asked to provide planting locations in advance to limit interaction with our planting crew.
You can place an order online or over the phone to help practice social distancing.
Once you place your order online or over the phone, we can email you pictures of the trees that we tag along with all of your order information. Bob, who is one of the retired owners, selects the nicest available trees from each crop for you. Pictures are emailed over. No trees have to be accepted once delivered. You can reject any tree that you do not approve of. No payment or deposit is taken prior to delivery so your order can always be adjusted as needed.
Stay safe and healthy over the coming days and be extra kind to one another.
The Piaschyk Family