Disclosures and Privacy Stuff

I’m Elizabeth Trach, and this is Port Potager. It’s where I share the things I’ve learned about gardening and other acts of homesteading like raising chickens, keeping bees, and preserving the harvest for winter.

I sometimes also talk about money, which I’m going to do here. I make, on average, zero dollars per month on this blog, but you should know that I could make money off of it from some affiliate links. These are links to products that show up in some blog posts. They will take you to Amazon or another website that occasionally gives me a commission if you buy something.

It doesn’t happen much, but it could. None of that should affect your reading or the amount you pay for something online, and no one’s making you buy anything, so we can probably go back to our previous relationship between reader and writer-who-makes-mostly-no-money relationship now.

By the way, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) made me write this.

Also, I don’t do anything with your personal information — I’m not even sure how to get it if you don’t straight-up give it to me, so I’m trustworthy on this point. The big guys like online retailers might gather your information if you go to their websites to do a little window shopping through any links you find here, so maybe disable your cookies or whatever.

This blog does have some Google Adsense ads between posts, so here’s what you should know about that:

  • Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user's prior visits to Port Potager or other websites.
  • Google's use of advertising cookies enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the internet.
  • Users may opt out of personalized advertising by visiting Ads Settings and www.aboutads.info.

A few of the links are generated automatically by Viglink as well. You can find out more about how that works here.

Got questions? I’m not much of a tech person, but I’ll do my best to help you out in the comments section.


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