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See guidelines for planning your rehabilitation project, and organizing the design and construction.

Get answers to some common questions about intellectual property for historic preservation organizations.

Learn how to replace drop wood siding on your historic building.

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

Get tips on how to handle communications when opponents to your cause become unpleasant.

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

If your historic preservation group is not using internet technologies to reach your supporters, you are closing doors on a broad audience.

Your historic preservation group can find many ways to collaborate and share information with universities and colleges.

Your advocacy group's message for historic preservation will have more impact if the people who deliver know how to be clear, rational, and appealing.

National History Day in Wisconsin

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

Your nonprofit organization's best approach toward potential conflicts of interest is to establish a policy that will prevent these conflicts.

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

Learn how to request microfilm records from the Genealogical Society of Utah.

Identify effective ways to craft your historic preservation message for different audiences by anticipating their concerns and objections.

Your nonprofit board and executive director have different and complementary roles, but they must work together to ensure your organization is a success.

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

National History Day in Wisconsin

Check out a sample schedule to help you prepare for your own National History Day event

Partnerships for Historic Preservation Advocacy, Part 2 of 2

Your historic preservation advocacy group can ensure your partnerships are mutually rewarding by preparing to manage the inevitable challenges.

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

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