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

Learn helpful tips for hiring the right contractor for a historic rehabilitation project.

See guidelines for planning your rehabilitation project, and organizing the design and construction.

Explore this in-depth online training for preservation commissioners.

Website visitors will expect even your low-budget historic preservation group to have a professional-looking and regularly updated website.

Classroom Materials for NHD

Learn about how to bring National History Day into your classroom, including strategies, handouts, and lesson plans

By adopting a gift-acceptance policy, your nonprofit organization might be able to achieve both financial security and flexibility.

Find helpful advice on choosing the right paint and supplies for your historic building.

Learn the top maintenance practices you can follow to prevent costly rehabilitation projects.

Learn how to get started with an advocacy effort to save historic buildings and resources in your community

Understanding Your Community's Values about Historic Resources, Part 2 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy work will be most effective if you match your efforts to your community's values on historic resources.

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

Learn how to use our newspapers, obituaries and biographical articles for genealogy research.

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

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

Get to Know Your Elected Officials and their Staff

Government outreach for advocates means two things: establishing relationships with the right people, and knowing who does what.

Guide or Instruction

About the Public Program Award

Submission Guidelines

The Wisconsin Historical Society invites nominations for an award that honors outstanding work in a new Wisconsin history public program.

Email is still the simplest, most effective tool for reaching out to supporters of your historic preservation advocacy work.

Learn how to clean, repair, paint and maintain metal features on your historic building.

A public relations plan can serve as a roadmap for your historic preservation group to effectively communicate your story and message.
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