Privacy Policy

New Leaf Greenhouse, LLC knows that you care how information about you is used and shared. This notice describes New Leaf Greenhouse’ privacy policy for New Leaf including all online services and functions.


A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user’s computer for record-keeping purposes. New Leaf Greenhouse uses “session ID cookies” in this site to make it easier for you to navigate New Leaf A session ID cookie expires when you close your browser. Your web browser allows you to control and limit cookies on your computer. If you reject cookies, you may still use New Leaf, but your ability to use some areas or functions of New Leaf may be limited.

Feedback to New Leaf Greenhouse

New Leaf Greenhouse has feedback functionality on New Leaf that allows you to submit comments, suggestions, or bugs found. New Leaf Greenhouse may collect your name and email address in order to follow up with you or thank you for a suggestion.

Anonymous Data

New Leaf Greenhouse may track New Leaf to analyze trends, administer New Leaf, track your actions and use of New Leaf, and gather demographic information for aggregate use. Such analysis is not linked to personally identifiable information.

New Leaf Greenhouse may share aggregated demographic and usage information with its partners and advertisers. This aggregated information is not linked to any personal information that can identify any individual person.


New Leaf may contain links to other sites. New Leaf Greenhouse is not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. New Leaf Greenhouse encourages users to be aware when they leave New Leaf and to read the privacy statements of sites that collect personally identifiable information. This privacy policy applies only to information collected on New Leaf

Correction/Updating of Personal Information

If you provide personally identifiable information changes (such as an email address), New Leaf Greenhouse will endeavor to provide a way to correct, update or remove your personal data.

Business or Asset Transfer or Sale

New Leaf Greenhouse may be sold, might sell or buy businesses or assets of businesses, or New Leaf Greenhouse might merge with another business. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the event that New Leaf Greenhouse, a line of business of New Leaf Greenhouse, or substantially all the assets of New Leaf Greenhouse are transferred, customer information may well be one of the transferred assets. New Leaf Greenhouse will make reasonable effort to provide notice on New Leaf and to notify you via email to the most recent email address that you have provided to New Leaf Greenhouse of any such change in ownership or control of your personal information.

Release of Information for Legal Reasons

New Leaf Greenhouse may release information concerning your use of New Leaf Greenhouse (including, but not limited to, the public contents and network records) when it believes in good faith that such release is appropriate to comply with the law (for example, pursuant to a statutory demand, subpoena, warrant or court order), to protect against fraudulent, abusive or unlawful use of the New Leaf Greenhouse brand, to protect New Leaf Greenhouse’ rights or property, enforce any contract between you and New Leaf Greenhouse’, or if New Leaf Greenhouse’ reasonably believes that a situation involving danger of death or injury to any person requires disclosure.

Limited Use

New Leaf Greenhouse does not intend to sell, share, or rent information obtained on New Leaf other than as discussed in this privacy policy.

Changes in This Privacy Policy

If New Leaf Greenhouse decides to change its privacy policy, New Leaf Greenhouse will post those changes on New Leaf so New Leaf Greenhouse’ users can remain aware of what information New Leaf Greenhouse collects, how New Leaf Greenhouse uses it, and under what circumstances, if any, New Leaf Greenhouse discloses it.

Your California Privacy Rights

Residents of the State of California, under the California Civil Code, have the right to request from companies conducting business in California a list of all third parties to which the Company has disclosed personal information during the preceding year for direct marketing purposes and a disclosure of the shared information. Alternatively, the law provides that if the company has a privacy policy that provides you with an “opt-out” choice for use of your personal information by third parties for marketing purposes, the Company may instead provide you with information on how to exercise your disclosure choice options.

New Leaf qualifies for the alternative option. Its privacy policy provides you with information on how you may opt-out from the use of your personal information by third parties for direct marketing purposes. Therefore, we are not required to maintain or disclose a list of the third parties that received your personal information during the preceding year for marketing purposes. If you are a California resident and request information about how to exercise your third party disclosure choices, send a request to the following email address: info@New Leaf