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Design and facilitate your historic preservation group meetings to foster a lively and productive discussion

Understanding Your Community's Values on Historic Resources, Part 1 of 2

If you want to make a case for historic preservation in your community, you’ll need to understand your community’s values about its historic resources.

Learn the steps in the SHPO review process for Federal projects.

Your nonprofit organization's history includes valuable information and insights - your institutional memory - that should not be lost to time.

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

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.

Your entire nonprofit board can be paralyzed by the bad behavior and negative attitude of even one board member.

Explore this in-depth online training for preservation commissioners.

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

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

Learn how to remove and replace individual wood shingles on your historic house.

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

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

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

Facebook offers enormous potential to build support and raise money for your cause.

To find and attract major donors to your nonprofit organization, you need a long-term strategy and a great way to make your organization stand out.

To make sure the first board meeting of your new nonprofit organization is a success, you'll have to plan a busy agenda.

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

Your historic preservation group can use a retreat to focus on a complex issue in a distraction-free setting.

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