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

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.

Awareness of IP and nonprofit copyright laws will help you protect your organization's reputation and brand.

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

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

Guide or Instruction

Survey Manual

Find guidance for undertaking architectural and historical surveys in Wisconsin.

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

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.

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

Aim for success by developing a fundraising strategy that incorporates the practices and methods in this article.

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

National History Day in Wisconsin

See a press release template for a school-level NHD event

Chapter 6: Preservation Commission Budgets and Finances, Page 2 of 3

Submission Guidelines

The Wisconsin Historical Records Advisory Board (WHRAB) and the Wisconsin Historical Society invite nominations for the Governor's Archives Awards

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

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

Wisconsin has many inspiring examples of historic preservationists and artists working together to accomplish great things.

Before you can officially call your organization a "nonprofit," you must apply for tax-exempt status with the IRS.

Learn how to purchase digital files and prints and receive permission for commercial and non-profit projects.
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