Partnership in Conservation and Rehabilitation of FC 32 & FC 70 Boundary of Raja Musa Forest Reserve

Partnership in Conservation and Rehabilitation of Forest Compartment 32 & Forest Compartment 70 Boundary of Raja Musa Forest Reserve is a project funded by Sime Darby Foundation Malaysia to strengthen the efforts for fire prevention, rehabilitation and conservation of the North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest. The project directly addresses one of Dime Darby Foundation key priorities – namely conservation of the environment. The project dedicates itself to a program of conservation to protect and rehabilitate the 20 hectares of degraded forests in Forest Compartment 32, Raja Musa Forest Reserve. The rehabilitation activities will be undertaken through community participation. The rehabilitated area, in addition helping bring back peat swamp forest to its original conditions, will also reduce incidences of peatland fires through enhanced water management and fire prevention measures in RMFR and adjacent lands including Sime Darby estates.

Duration: April 2014 - March 2017

Funder: Sime Darby Foundation

Partners: Kuala Selangor District Council, Selangor State Forestry Department

Target groups: Local community, Sime Darby Plantation

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For more information about the project, please e-mail us at outreach@gec.org.my