a. Develop the bio-food industry and promote agricultural infrastructure (greenhouses, for example) on industrial and commercial buildings, for economic development and to save energy;
b. Increase the number of hectares of cultivated land by 33% in Montréal;
c. In the medium term, create 50 new urban agriculture projects in Montréal schools;
d. Aim for a one-third increase in the number of urban agriculture enterprises within five years;
e. Foster a culture that is more respectful and better informed about nature by mandating the botanical garden to intensify the teaching of horticulture and the dissemination of knowledge about biodiversity;
f. Collaborate with agricultural businesses located on the island as well as within the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal to promote short travel times and improve the accessibility of their products in Montréal;
g. Improve the network of community and collective gardens in Montréal by upgrading and renovating existing gardens or creating new growing areas in soil or in containers, particularly in the Grand Parc de l'Ouest and on the site of the former hippodrome;
h. Adhere to the C40 Good Food Cities Declaration, which promotes local and organic farming, healthy diets and reduced food waste, among other things.