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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....

11 Aug 2016Sarawak to have National Parks and Wildlife Department next year

Jonathan Chia, reporters@theborneopost.com                          August 11, 2016, Thursday

KUCHING: The management of national parks and wildlife in the state is expected to be more systematic and effective with the establishment of the National Parks and Wildlife Department that would be in operation from January next year. State Forest Department director Sapuan Ahmad said the state government had recently agreed to the establishment of the new department. “It will be a separate department (from Forest Department) that will be similar to the one in Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah. It will most likely be in operation in January next year and I have already prepared the structure....

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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH EXPEDITION TO LONG BANGA, ULU BARAM
20 Aug 2016 - 02 Sep 2016

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