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Management of forest plantations in Sabah is increasingly challenging

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah – Five researchers from INTROP visited Sabah Forestry Development Authority (SAFODA) on 23nd May 2019. The meeting was attended by SAFODA’s senior management team, including the Director. SAFODA is mainly to develop and manage forest plantation sustainably to produce high quality wood resources which contribute to the downstream industry and meeting stakeholders’ expectation. The meeting is to discuss and understand the current issues and challenges faced by the forest plantation management authority in Sabah, and to explore the future collaboration to work together in maintaining the growth of forest plantation industry in Malaysia.

  
  

Date of Input: 22/07/2019 | Updated: 22/07/2019 | norfaryanti

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