Affiliate Disclosure

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) requires bloggers who receive compensation for reviewing or promoting products to clearly state the nature of said compensation.

While many of the links on Pathway to Permaculture will take you to other resources for educational purposes, some of the links to books, products, or services are affiliate referral links. This means that Pathway to Permaculture may earn a small commission. This comes at no additional cost to you. It’s a great way to support Pathway to Permaculture and we thank you!

Why We Do This

Running a website like Pathway to Permaculture is expensive. These compensation methods keep the costs down so that we can continue providing the best quality content for you. Each decision is carefully made.

We want you to come to the Pathway to Permaculture website for the quality content first and foremost. Integrity is our primary concern.

Amazon Affiliate Program

Pathway to Permaculture is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

At Pathway to Permaculture, we do our best to promote high-quality, long-lasting, useful products that are useful in the world of permaculture and gardening.

Amazon is a shopping platform that almost anyone in the world has access to. It’s a good place to view products and read reviews before making the personal decision of where to buy them.

Regardless, we still encourage you to support your local shops and community whenever possible. Seek out nearby garden centres and nurseries for your seeds and plants. Seek out your local libraries and independent bookstores. Seek out second-hand shops and charities. 

Online shopping and learning is extremely convenient and often affords opportunities that aren’t available locally.  I’m grateful that we can connect together here at Pathway to Permaculture.

However, safeguarding a strong local economy and relationships is also essential. I wish you well in walking that line between convenience and conscientious consumerism.

Disclosure Statement

We may be compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. However, we always give our honest opinion, findings, beliefs, or experiences even though we may receive compensation. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely our own.

We welcome questions or comments. Contact us anytime!