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

Review methods of removing paint and managing lead paint in your historic building.

Bylaws provide an operating framework for your new nonprofit organization.

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

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Weatherizing Your Historic House

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

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

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

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

Your historic preservation group can work with your local government to advocate for a historic preservation ordinance and commission.

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

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

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

Your historic preservation advocacy group can make a lasting impression on Congressional members by showing up in Washington D.C.

Learn about ice damming and how to prevent it.

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

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

Television and radio provide great opportunities to share your historic preservation message and attract large numbers of supporters.

Asking for money is never easy, but these tips suggest some easy ways to ask people to support your nonprofit organization.

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

Learn methods of sealing and insulating many different parts of your historic house.
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