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

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

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

Learn how to repair mortar on your historic brick, stone or stucco building.

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

Your nonprofit organization’s ideal communications strategy will balance web-based communications with strategically-planned printed materials.

Questions to Get You Started

Use these questions to develop a well-documented, comprehensive text for your marker inscription.

Learn how to replace wood shingle siding on a historic building.

Learn the basics of how to repair linoleum in your historic building.

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

Your historic preservation group can boost its public profile by incorporating a public relations mindset into daily communications.

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

Organizing a Fundraising Auction for Your Nonprofit Organization, Part 1 of 3

An auction is a great way to engage members in fundraising for your nonprofit organization, but it is also a huge commitment.

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

One way to attract and keep donors in your nonprofit organization is to operate with transparency.

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.

Your historic preservation group can find many ways to collaborate and share information with universities and colleges.

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

Your nonprofit organization's best approach toward potential conflicts of interest is to establish a policy that will prevent these conflicts.

Partnerships for Historic Preservation Advocacy, Part 1 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can maximize its impact on your community by finding a partner to expand your talent and expertise.
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