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Forest Department Sarawak
Bangunan Wisma Sumber Alam
Jalan Stadium,
Petra Jaya 93660,
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Contact : 082  - 442180 / 319102
Fax No : 082  - 440266 / 441377

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Welcome to the Sarawak Forest Department Home Page. Director Apart from its importance to the economy of the State, forestry affects the people in Sarawak in one way or another. Our tropical rainforest is an invaluable resource, and the Forest Department is committed to sustainably manage and develop this resource in Sarawak and optimise its contribution to the socio-economic development of the nation....

28 Jun 2016Rumah Terbuka Pengarah Hutan Sarawak

15 Jun 2016Drop in number of seized logs this year, DUN told

THE Sarawak Forest Department (SFD) had successfully seized around 4,654m³ of timber from 46 recorded cases as of May this year. This was revealed by Second Resource Planning and Environment Minister Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan who emphasised that the department had successfully tackled the issue on illegal logging since 2014.
“In 2014, there were 241 cases, of which 90,873m³ of timber were seized due to forest offences under the Forests Ordinance while in 2015, around 208 cases were recorded where 47,060m³ of timber were seized. “This proves that the total number of cases have decreased by 13 per cent whereas the total number of seized logs have also been reduced by 48 per cent (between 2014 and 2015),” he said during his winding-up speech at the 18th State Legislative Assembly (DUN) sitting yesterday....

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