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How to identify water-related issues and ways to keep water away from the foundation of a historic building.

Organizing a Publicity Event, Part 2 of 2

Learn how to plan the details to ensure your historic preservation group's event is a success.

The core responsibility of your nonprofit board is to work together as a group to govern your organization.

Learn about assessing the condition of the structure, floors, ceilings, walls and fixtures of a historic building.

Guide or Instruction

Zoning and Land-Use Regulations

Chapter 8: Preservation Commission Design Guidelines, Page 2 of 8

If your historic preservation group is not using internet technologies to reach your supporters, you are closing doors on a broad audience.

Review the steps a professional will take when replacing the foundation of your historic building.

Your nonprofit organization's tax status determines whether your organization can engage in lobbying and other political activities

Use these five tools to craft a convincing message to advocate for historic preservation in your community.

To make a case for historic preservation in your community, you must understand your audience

Chapter 9: Preservation Commission Design Review, Page 2 of 6

One of the best ways to ensure that your nonprofit organization operates ethically is to keep your fundraising practices clean and transparent.

Nonprofit board members must follow certain legal standards to protect the interests of members, sponsors, and donors.

See helpful tips for hiring professionals to advise you on the condition of your building.

Grant funding is readily available for historic preservation organizations that are willing to put in some hard work.

Table of Contents

Guide or Instruction

Landscaping Design Guidelines

Chapter 8: Preservation Commission Design Guidelines, Page 4 of 8

Chapter 2: Preservation Laws and Programs, Page 1 of 7

Many tools are available to help your historic preservation group produce and share rich and engaging multimedia content on the web.

Your historic preservation advocacy group can make a lasting impression on Congressional members by showing up in Washington D.C.
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