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Learn best practices for renovating a building while maintaining its historic integrity.

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

Learn about the importance of the streetscape in your downtown and how to preserve it.

These consultants are available to help you research historic buildings and archaeological sites.

Find helpful tips for working with contractors on your historic building rehabilitation project.

Learn best practices to maintain and/or replace the original furnace in your historic house.

Learn why the windows in your historic building are worth repairing and restoring.

For Properties with Human Burial Sites

Do you own a human burial site in Wisconsin? Learn about your rights and responsibilities under state law.

General Information

Jeffris Family Foundation

Jeffris Family Foundation

This Grant strives to preserve the cultural history and heritage of the Midwest through the preservation of historic buildings and decorative arts.

Learn about ice damming and how to prevent it.

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

Learn to identify typical poured concrete foundation problems.

Learn why historic preservation is beneficial to your community and its identity.

Learn to identify and maintain structural, colored storefront glass.

Learn methods for modernizing a historic house without disturbing the historic integrity and character.

Read about Transportation Alternatives Program grants and their use in local projects.

Stateline Community Foundation

The Stateline Community Foundation is to promote the betterment of the greater Beloit community and the enhancement of the quality of life.

General Information

Dane Arts Grants

Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission

Dane Arts seeks to promote arts, culture, and local history through multiple grant opportunites.

Dispel the most common myths about ownership and renovation of a historic building.

Learn how to repair ceramic tiles in your historic house.
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