Published by the Center for Northern Woodlands Education, the magazine is geared toward conservation-minded people with an interest in all aspects of the forests of the Northeast. A short piece for the “Knots and Bolts” section, which earns between $50 and $100, is the best bet for new writers breaking in. The magazine pays about 10 cents a word for feature stories, with pay rates varying for each section. First time rights are purchased including the use of material on the Web site. Send story ideas and photography submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment for photos is dependent on their size. Cover photos earn about $150. For detailed submission guidelines, visit http://northernwoodlands.org/issues/writers-photographers.