Development of baseline information on indigenous food trees, crops, microbes etc, which would be published and disseminated to stakeholders;

Development of Zoological/botanical gardens in the various eco-geographic zones in order to capture the nation’s agro-biodiversity;

Composition of an effective committee in order to revive dormant and non-performing local organizations, which facilitate conservation, involving participatory approach to ensure success; 

Strengthening Agricultural and Forest Research Institutes to conserve species that fall under their mandate;

Initiation of a programme of bio-pesticides production from indigenous plant derivatives;

Realignment of crop science research to focus on indigenous food crops and plants; and

Adequate equipping of relevant research institutions to conduct research on indigenous plant species.