The Pin-Supu Forest Reserve is a fully protected area, by the nature of its classification as a Class VI - Virgin Jungle Reserve. Demarcation of boundaries is of paramount importance to facilitate enforcement. The boundaries were properly demarcated in 2010. This was followed by installing signages to mark the existence of the reserve. Thus, further encroachments for oil palm cultivation is contained inevitably.

A substation was built in 2009 following the demolition of oil palm illegally cultivated in the reserve

Laran and Binuang are planted along the boundary

Installation of signboard depicting the reserve on the boundary

Installation of Forest Reserve plates