Please be aware of some changes in the store due to Covid19

 

We will be following all CDC and SOM Guidelines for safe operation, including mask requirements by the state.  More information about these current policies can be found here: Michigan.Gov Face Coverings


 

Also Included in these measures we have:

  1. Hand Sanitizer available at the interior cart corrals

  2. Hand Sanitizer available at all checkouts

  3. Our staff has been given clear direction for maintaining sanitized work environments including regular sanitation of the checkout space, barriers,  etc.

  4. We will no longer be transferring product from one cart to another during checkout

  5. Plexiglass barriers have been installed at each checkout.  We ask that customers please stay back while their products are scanned for checkout.

  6. Social distancing markers have been placed in our checkout lanes at 8 ft intervals

  7. Our staff will all be wearing masks

  8. Our staff will all provide a temperature reading prior to their shifts and have been instructed to stay home at any sign of illness

  9. Customers are required to wear masks in compliance with the newest orders for our state (some exceptions do apply per the executive order)

  10. We will be following the guidelines to limit customers in-store to 4 per 1,000 square feet of shopping space and ask that everyone PLEASE keep a safe 6 ft social distance while shopping for everyone’s protection. 

  11. We ask that you limit the number of people you bring with you on your shopping trip to only those necessary in order to assist with social distancing.

  12. Curbside ordering will be available on our website: www.shop.countrysidegreenhouse.com (options will be limited initially because of the logistics involved in this process and because not all crops are currently ready enough to be sold online)

  13. Delivery ordering will be available on our website: www.shop.countrysidegreenhouse.com (options will be limited initially because of the logistics involved in this process and because not all crops are currently ready enough to be sold online)

 

This will be a challenging season as we all face unknown circumstances, potential changes in the requirements, and many new things.