Organizations in Guernsey will audit where pesticides are as yet being utilized on States-claimed property and check whether their utilization can be decreased.
The States said Agriculture, Countryside and Land Management Services would liaise with offices across the public authority.
It said it was a “initial step” to examine elective methodologies which could be embraced.
Guernsey Water and the Pollinator Project Guernsey will likewise be involved.
The States said the Committee for the Environment and Infrastructure was “quick to decrease the utilization of pesticides which adversely affect the more extensive regular habitat”.
The venture is likewise to embrace a review of pesticide use beyond States-possessed land “to give an image of pesticide use by organizations and general society across the entire of Guernsey”.
“This can then be utilized to … lessen the effect of pesticides and to gauge any decrease in their utilization throughout the next few years,” project managers said.