WoodsCamp is a dedicated community of forestry professionals, woodlot owners, and technology developers who share in a mission to increase the health of our forests and the families that rely on them. We believe that technical, process, and business model innovation offers us an exciting new way to manage forests sustainably.

Our Team

Alastair Jarvis

Alastair grew up playing in forests and ravines but has since spent most of his career making videogames. When he moved to Lunenburg, a house with a Woodlot rekindled his love of the woods and set him on a new path. Today he’s committed to technology and business model innovation that benefits rural communities.

Will Martin

Will’s lifelong passion for the forest is evident in over 15 years of forestry work on family woodlots. In addition to co-founding WoodsCamp, will is also the Chairman of the Medway Community Forest Co-op, and President of the Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners and Operators Association.

    Peter Tupper

    Although Peter is a seasoned developer and entrepreneur his first love was the great outdoors. WoodsCamp is the perfect union of these two aspects of Peter’s life which is why he now works with a slightly off-putting grin every day.

    Our Partners

    The American Forest Foundation

    We are very happy to be working with the American Forest Foundation to make WoodsCamp available to landowners in the United States.

    The American Forest Foundation works on-the-ground with families, partners and elected officials to promote forest stewardship and protect America’s forest heritage. A commitment to the next generation unites their nationwide network of forest owners working to keep forests healthy and producing the clean water, wildlife habitat and sustainable wood supplies that all Americans count on from forests.

    My Alabama Woods

    For WoodsCamp Alabama we are working with the My Alabama Woods partnership to help landowners in Cumberland Plateau maintain the health of their woods.

    The My Alabama Woods Cumberland Plateau team is made up of 14 different organizations, including not-for-profits, government agencies, and the private sector, with with the common cause of helping ensure the healthy future of Alabama’s forests. See all the partners here.