Symbiosis Community Farming
A partnership agreement for a Symbiosis Community Farming venture should cover various aspects
to ensure the smooth operation, clear understanding of roles, responsibilities, profit-sharing, and dispute resolution. Below is an outline of what such an agreement might include:

  1. Partnership Details:
  • Names and details of all partners involved in the agreement.
  • The date when the partnership agreement is established.
  1. Objective of Partnership:
  • Define the purpose and goals of the Symbiosis Community Farming venture.
  • Outline the vision, mission, and values of the partnership.
  1. Contribution and Responsibilities:
  • Specify the contributions each partner will make (e.g., land, capital, equipment,
    labor, expertise).
  • Define the responsibilities of each partner regarding farming operations,
    administration, marketing, etc.
  1. Decision-Making:
  • Describe the decision-making process (voting, consensus, etc.).
  • Outline which decisions require unanimous consent and which can be made by a
    majority vote.
  1. Financial Aspects:
  • Detail the distribution of profits and losses among partners.
  • Clarify how expenses will be managed and distributed.
  • Specify how funds will be managed, including accounts and access.
  1. Management and Operations:
  • Define the management structure.
  • Clarify the role of each partner in day-to-day operations.
  • Establish a mechanism for the resolution of disputes.
  1. Work Plan and Timeline:
  • Create a farming plan, including the crops to be grown, rotation schedules, etc.
  • Establish a timeline for major farming activities.
  1. Exit Strategy:
  • Outline the procedure for a partner leaving the partnership and the buyout process.
  • Detail the conditions under which the partnership can be dissolved.
  1. Legal Aspects:
  • Specify the jurisdiction and laws governing the partnership.
  • Include any necessary legal disclosures or requirements.
  • All partners should sign and date the agreement to indicate their acceptance and
    commitment to the terms.
    Remember, it’s advisable to consult with a legal professional or a business attorney when drafting
    such an agreement. Each partnership might have unique needs and situations that a generic template
    might not cover. Tailoring the agreement to fit the specific circumstances of your Symbiosis
    Community Farming partnership is crucial.