Coronavirus: How Perennia is Adjusting How We Work

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

These are unprecedented times. At Perennia, so much of what we do involves connecting and interacting with our clients and other stakeholders. Effective, March 17, how we do that will be changing.

As community members, and as a team that cares about each other, our clients, our families and neighbours, we are taking steps to lessen the spread of coronavirus.  As such, working with our partners, we are cancelling all our in person training sessions and workshops. We will not be conducting routine farm or client site visits and will be conducting as much of our business remotely from home bases via phone, email, text and video-conference. We anticipate there could be special cases where on-site client work is required to ward off significant impacts on a client’s business. In these cases we will be assessing vigorously as to the risk in concert with the client. However, we reserve the right to not be on site as it is not business as usual. As things evolve, we will reassess.
Effective March 17th our offices are closed to visitors as an additional cautionary measure. Each office will have phone coverage and staff will be available by cell and email.
If you have a sample for analysis, we would ask you to follow this protocol:
Horticulture-related samples – please contact the appropriate specialist
Field crop-related samples – please contact the appropriate specialist
Cannabis samples – please contact Bloom Labs
Stay safe and take care of each other. We all need to do our part and Perennia is adamant that we will do ours by following the above practices.

Perennia, Coronavirus and our Clients:  please read how we are working differently:
~ Perennia Management