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Explore this in-depth online training for preservation commissioners.

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

Conflict will be inevitable in your nonprofit organization, but avoiding a conflict will only waste time and drive people away from your organization.

Learn how to fix a door that sticks or binds in your historic building.

Your nonprofit board and executive director have different and complementary roles, but they must work together to ensure your organization is a success.

Learn strategies for responding to community misunderstandings and “bad press”

When you start a new nonprofit organization, you must not overlook some mundane but important operating practices.

Investing in your resources wisely is the key to maximizing your budget. Learn which resources are worth the money.

How You Can Win When You Lose

You may not win every historic preservation campaign, but you can use your foundation of support to launch your next effort.

See the top maintenance practices you can follow to prevent a costly rehabilitation project.

A professional lobbyist can be a good investment when your historic preservation group wants to do a targeted campaign.

By using a committee governance structure, your nonprofit board can divide up its work into more manageable tasks.

Learn how to repair mortar on your historic brick, stone or stucco building.

Explore guidelines for building an addition to a historic house while preserving its historic character.

An awards program is a fun and inexpensive way to proactively promote historic preservation in your community.

Help your historic preservation advocacy group get from point A to point B by developing a goal-based strategic plan.

Awareness of IP and nonprofit copyright laws will help you protect your organization's reputation and brand.

Identify effective ways to craft your historic preservation message for different audiences by anticipating their concerns and objections.

Young people may have much to offer your historic preservation organization - and they could turn into dues-paying members down the road.

A great nonprofit board can make the difference between a highly successful organization and one that few people even know about.
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