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What does Essential Mean for Landscape Companies?

As the coronavirus swept across the country and the globe, many individuals were, for the first time in their lives, being told they were “non-essential.” This, of course, was how government officials were determining what businesses and organizations could stay open and operating during this crisis. Many parents were faced with the painful and awkward task of informing their kids that mom or dad wasn’t essential for the community and needed to stay home instead of going to work because what they did for a living wasn’t very important. For others, it meant being put into the equivalent of social isolation. For some, this may result in some damaging psychological fallout.

Topics: Building A Better Landscape Business