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Social media has become so common that your historic preservation organization may appear out of touch if you do not use it in your operations.

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

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

Bylaws provide an operating framework for your new nonprofit organization.

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

Tours offer a great way to increase the visibility of your organization and preservation issues in the area.

Even if your nonprofit organization is staffed entirely by volunteers, your group must create a budget to operate effectively.

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

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

Learn how to advocate for the preservation of historic buildings and resources in your community.

Social events and educational programs are two of the best ways to build membership in your historic preservation organization.

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

Learn how to replace drop wood siding on your historic building.

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

Review the steps a professional will take when replacing the foundation of your historic building.

If your nonprofit board forms a governance committee, it will serve as your board’s conscience and ensure your board lives up to its potential.

Use these five tools to craft a convincing message to advocate for historic preservation in your community.

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Weatherizing Your Historic House

Learn methods to weatherize a historic building and practices to avoid.

Learn about the types of federal funding programs available for preserving a historic building or place in your community.

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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