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Welcome to SARAWAK FORESTRY, and the unique vision we are planning to achieve - global recognition as the leader in tropical forest conservation and products.

We are entrusted to safeguard and sustainably manage the amazingbiodiversity, in Sarawak's forests - covering tens of thousands of species of animals, plants, fungi and other life forms. As custodians of Sarawak's forests we are committed to act responsibly. We have also been given a unique opportunity to make a lasting contribution to Forestry will carry out these responsibilities professionally and successfully, with the co-operation and support of our employees, our stakeholders and the community.

As we work together to achieve our common goals, we will bring the right blend of passion, dedication and professionalism to this task - for the rewards of success will not be shared only by us.

Our children, our grandchildren and future generations will recognize our successful stewardship of the natural environment and its conservation. Our employees and their families are therefore critical stakeholders in this quest for sustainability.

 
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If you encounter or suspect any illegal activities e.g. illegal logging, hunting, capturing, killing, trading, keeping as pets, importing or exporting of protected wildlife, or any activity that violates the Ordinances, please contact our hotlines:
  • Kuching - 014 997 1676
  • Miri - 019 829 0994
  • Sibu - 019 829 0992
  • Bintulu - 019 857 4555
 
  ANNOUNCEMENT

Launching of RIMBA SARAWAK and MoU Signing Ceremony
20 August 2015
Research for Intensified Management of Bio-Rich Areas of Sarawak (RIMBA SARAWAK) was officially launched by The Chief Minister of Sarawak at Hilton Hotel. During the launching ceremony, the Chief Minister also witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between SARAWAK FORESTRY and four renowned international scientific institutions namely the Smithsonian Institution, Wildlife Conservation Society, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. RIMBA SARAWAK Project will be carried out at four sites – Nanga Segerak and Nanga Bloh in the Lanjak Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, Nanga Delok in the Batang Ai National Park, and the Ulu Sebuyau National Park. The project is designed based on self-financing collaboration with a number of eminent international and regional scientific institutions, enabling world-class research expertise to be brought to Sarawak without incurring high cost. The findings of RIMBA SARAWAK researches would help in formulating a blueprint for wildlife management and could be the state’s conservation research contribution to the international arena.
RAFFLESIA IN BLOOM NOW!
30 July 2015
Capture the captivating site and rare occurence of the world's largest flower at Gunung Gading National Park.
  • Location: 10 minutes walks (100m) from Park HQ
  • Date: 30 July 2015 - 4 August 2015 (Size: 68 cm)
  • No. of Petal: 7 Petals
  • For further enquiry please contact +082 735144
 
SARAWAK FORESTRY Annual Dinner 2014

17 December 2014

SARAWAK FORESTRY annual dinner 2014, theme – Sarawak's forests… our treasure forever' was successfully organized last Wednesday- December 17, 2014. The night was graced by YAB Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Dr. Haji Adenan Satem, the Chief Minister of Sarawak and wife YABhg Datin Patinggi Dato Hajah Jamilah Anu. The Chief Minister of Sarawak, also the Chairman of SARAWAK FORESTRY Corporation launched the Sarawak Chief Minister's Totally Protected Area (TPA) Management Award during the night.

 
NATURE N U 2014

21 August 2014

Nature N U 2014, themed ‘Natures Treasures’ was held from 19 to 21 August 2014 at Gunung Gading National Park. A total of 50 students from SMK Bau, SMK Lake, SMK Paku and SMK Sematan participated in the annual environmental camp organized by SARAWAK FORESTRY.

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