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How to Pursue Grant Funding for Your Historic Preservation Group

If you are involved with a historic preservation group or campaign, you have probably thought about applying for a grant. Historic preservation groups around Wisconsin have used grant funding to accomplish projects such as rehabilitating buildings, buying easements, archiving collections, and educating the public. The Wisconsin Historical Society provides and instructional guide to help increase a historic preservation group/campaign's chance at receiving grant funding.

Top Benefits

  • Identifies the elements of successful grant applications
  • Provides tips on applying to grants
  • Links to available grant opportunities in order to decrease grant searching time

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