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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.

Anyone can apply for a Wisconsin Historical Marker by submitting a completed application form. Read how to do it step-by-step.

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

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

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

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.

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

To make a case for historic preservation in your community, you must understand your audience

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.

Methods for improving the energy efficiency of historic windows.

Learn how to fix a door that sticks or binds in your historic building.

Email is still the simplest, most effective tool for reaching out to supporters of your historic preservation advocacy work.

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

Your historic preservation group can make compelling arguments for preservation by creating videos and posting them online.

A potential Wisconsin Historical Marker must meet the criteria for the marker topic and where it will be located.

Learn about the types of federal funding programs available for preserving a historic building or place in your community.

To make sure the first board meeting of your new nonprofit organization is a success, you'll have to plan a busy agenda.

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

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

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