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Design and facilitate your historic preservation group meetings to foster a lively and productive discussion

Grant funding is readily available for historic preservation organizations that are willing to put in some hard work.

National History Day in Wisconsin

Learn what an annotated bibliography is and the steps to create one

A professional lobbyist can be a good investment when your historic preservation group wants to do a targeted campaign.

Explore information about caring for the clay tile roof on your historic house.

If your nonprofit board forms a governance committee, it will serve as your board’s conscience and ensure your board lives up to its potential.

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

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

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

Learn about ice damming and how to prevent it.

Guide or Instruction

About the Museum Exhibit Awards

Submission Guidelines

The Wisconsin Historical Society invites nominations for its Museum Exhibit Awards

Student Guides to NHD

Learn about creating a National History Day historical research paper

Explore guidelines for building an addition to a historic house while preserving its historic character.

Bylaws provide an operating framework for your new nonprofit organization.

Your nonprofit organization's history includes valuable information and insights - your institutional memory - that should not be lost to time.

Use press releases and media advisories to alert the media about your historic preservation group's newsworthy events.

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

Learn the basics of how to repair linoleum in your historic building.

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