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A charette might be your best tool when your historic preservation group is is faced with a problem that requires a community solution

The passion that fuels advocacy work can also lead to friction and conflict among the staff, board members, and volunteers of a nonprofit organization.

Before you sign the paperwork to form a new historic preservation group, learn about your supporters and community.

Anyone can apply for a Wisconsin Historical Marker by submitting a completed application form. Read how to do it step-by-step.

Learn about some of the challenges your group my face as it moves through stages of development.

Government Relations for Historic Preservation Advocates, Part 1 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can accomplish great things by building a good relationship with government officials.

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

Submission Guidelines

The Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board (WHRAB) and the Wisconsin Historical Society invite nominations for the Governor's Archives Awards

Explore information about caring for the clay tile roof on your historic house.

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

Your public statement for historic preservation must do two things: be highly persuasive, and draw listeners into your cause.

Government Relations for Historic Preservation Advocates, Part 2 of 2

Learn how elected officials get their information so you can target your group's outreach to the right people

Learn about ice damming and how to prevent it.

Asking for money is never easy, but these tips suggest some easy ways to ask people to support your nonprofit organization.

Learn how to preserve or replace the metal roof on your historic building.

A service-learning collaboration could be the perfect way for your historic preservation group to fulfill a specific project need.

Organizing a Publicity Event, Part 1 of 2

A publicity event is an ideal way for your historic preservation group to communicate information about a newsworthy or milestone event

National History Day in Wisconsin

Check out a sample schedule to help you prepare for your own National History Day event

Guide or Instruction

Why Nonprofit Boards Fail

Nonprofit boards typically fail for one of two reasons: they lose sight of their mission, or they don't adapt to change.

Make the most of your meeting with an elected official or political staffer by takinge the right actions before, during, and after the meeting.
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