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Learn how this landowner handled the discovery of human remains on her property.

How to renovate upper floor space into residential units.

A Guide for Public Archeology in Wisconsin

Download the Wisconsin Archeological Survey Guidelines.

Learn about historic construction materials and methods for commercial buildings to make better maintenance and rehabilitation decisions.

Discover ways to repair or maintain shellac finishes on wood surfaces.

Wisconsin has more than 530 official state historical markers and each one tells a story about our state's rich heritage.

Review the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for historic building rehabilitation projects.

General Information

Historic Preservation Grants

The 1772 Foundation

This grant provides funds for the rebailitation and preservation of historic buldings throughout the United States.

General Information

Bemis Company Foundation

Bemis Company, Inc.

The foundation supports area projects involved in arts & culture and education.

Apply for tax credits for historic income-producing buildings in Wisconsin.

Ensure that your rehabilitation project follows historic preservation best practices.

General Information

NEH Implementation Grants

National Endowment for the Humanities

The grant offers support for museums, libraries, historic places, and other organizations that produce public programs in the humanities.

Learn the best practices for preserving the upper-floor windows and transoms on your historic building.

General Information

Why Buy a Historic House?

Learn the benefits of buying and renovating a historic home.

Discover how storefronts were originally designed and how they have changed.

State of Wisconsin: Department of Admistration

This grant program helps to preserve and improve access to the natural and historic resources of Wisconsin's Great Lakes coasts

Learn the eight steps in the SHPO review process for state projects.

Ensure your building is compatible with the historic properties around it.

Learn about the state and federal laws that protect burial sites, Native American mounds, and other places where human remains are buried.

Guidelines to follow when you must replace an original feature in your historic building.
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