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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.

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

Get tips on how to handle communications when opponents to your cause become unpleasant.

Blogging can be a useful communication tool for your historic preservation group to share its advocacy message with a large online audience.

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

A press list is an essential tool for you to develop a working relationship with members of the press.

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

National History Day in Wisconsin

What to do before holding a National History Day event at your school

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

The best way to handle a historic preservation problem that gets a lot of public exposure is to turn it into a PR opportunity.

Read about techniques to help you develop a well-written historical marker inscription.

The name you choose for your historic preservation organization will influence your "brand" and ultimately the success of your organization.

You will go a long way toward getting good publicity for historic preservation if you build good working relationships with the press.

Learn how you can get help organizing a local historical organization.

Follow this 5-step inspection to determine if your historic house or building needs new electrical wiring.

Guide or Instruction

What Does an NHD Judge Do?

NHD Competitions

Get detailed information on how to judge National History Day projects

The first steps to start a new nonprofit organization in Wisconsin are the same, regardless of the new organization’s purpose and mission.

As your historic preservation organization grows, you may face big decisions about how to accomplish your growing workload.

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

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