Established in 1982 and located in Compartment 84, Tekan Forest Reserve, Jengka, Pahang.
Sits on a 0.9-ha land and serves as a natural forest management research centre.
Focuses on sustainable management of dipterocarp hill forest R&D.
Frequented by locals as well as foreign scientists, serving as a base for several successful research projects on logging impacts, residual stands and regeneration development, silvicultural treatments, enrichment planting, hydrology, soil sciences, zoology and forest ecology.
It is situated in a 53-hectare land, leased by the state government to FRIM, in 1996.
The original vegetation includes Sygium spp., Malaleuca cajuputi, Shorea metarialis, Rhodomyrtus tomentosa, Melastoma malabathricum, Baeckea Frutescens, Casuarina equistifolia and other secondary species.
To conduct research activities and share information on tree planting on the BRIS soil, identifying the forest species that are potentially can be grow on BRIS soil, promoting use of the soil for planting commercial forest species and developing cost-effective tree planting techniques.
Among species planted: Acacia hybrid, Khaya ivorensis, Hopea odorata, Eurycoma longifolia and Jatropha curcas.
Established in 2008 with the state government approval.
The station covers an area of 200 hectares.
Located in Mukim Belimbing, Batu Melintang District, Jajahan Jeli, Kelantan. It is site for research on conservation of natural bamboo stands (Gigantochloa scortechinii), commercial bamboo (Gigantochloa levis), agro-forestry and forest plantation trials of selected commercial forest species including Neobalanocarpus heimii and Shorea roxburghii.