SETIA ALAM COMMUNITY FOREST
Country - Malaysia
SACF is an approx. 430 acres of selectively logged lowland rainforest. SACF forms a critical ecological corridor that connects the two remaining patches of Bukit Cerakah forest reserve: Subang Dam water catchment forest and Taman Botani Shah Alam, both which are believed to still home the endangered Malayan Tapir, among other threatened species.
SACF is currently owned by the State Govt (130 acres) and PKNS (300 acres) and is highly at risk of commercial development. SACF Society was officially formed in March 2016 to attempt to save and gazzette this precious forest.
The MyChangkul Team is engaged with the SACF Society to build a 1KM hiking trail.