Foundation of Western Forest Complex Conservation (FWFCC)

We commit to preserve the biggest wildlife sanctuary of Thailand, including Thungyai Naresuan World Heritage and the western forest complex, via forestry infra-structure projects and mandatory programs to promote and reinforce ranger workforce and relevant resources the effectiveness in managing, administrating, protecting, preserving and any dimensions which ultimately affect the fecundity of nature & wildlife of this delicate planet.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Handover Ceremony of Solar System Construction Project

May 12, 2010: At the head office of Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary, FWFCC performed the handover of The Solar System Construction Project that WFCC had carried out its construction & installation of the solar renewable energy system to every ranger station of the wildlife sanctuary during 2001-2006 which first started at Mae Kasa ranger station on December 24, 2001 just the day after the auspicious ritual ceremony of the finished reconstruction of The Hermit Shrine that WFCC designed and collaborated which hold high spiritual respects of all Thungyai officials and its rangers, and eventually ended up with the construction of 1 kilowatt solar system at Maharaja station in year 2006 on August 14.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Huai Kue Watercourse Checkpoint Constructtion Project Summary


In year 2003: WFCC carried out it's first watercourse checkpoint construction project for Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary that to be locate at Huai Kue wildlife checkpoint by Maklong river

which target to function as a fort to protect the inner forest area of the world heritage forest up along one of the longest river of the nation that run through the pristine forest of the country as proposed by chief Paiboon Sawetmalanon, superintendent of Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary.(2001-2004)

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Huai Kue Watercourse Checkpoint Renovation Project


Along with the FWFCC first in-field operation mission during Jan. 18-22, 2011 at Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary, Binnan and Un, his comrade also headed up north by their feet from Tikong station down to Mae-Klong river at Namchon through the pristine forest of the natural world heritage forest in the early morning of Jan. 21, 2011 for the distance of 10 kilometers beside performing the auspicious annual ritual at The 400 Years Shrine of The Great Black King with rangers and naturalistic allied groups on date Jan.18 at Maharaja station.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

FWFCC support radio transceiver fixing for Thunyai East

November 17, 2010
FWFCC by Mr. Supachai & Mr. Un handed the broken radio transceiver of Tee Chor Mae station, Thungyai Naresuan(east) wildlife sanctuary, Tak province to Mr. Somkerd, Thungyai East personnel at vice chief Piya's residence in Kanchanaburi province.