Organize grassroots campaigns to help effect change at the local, state, and federal level. This includes advocating for preservation funding, saving historic places and influencing key legislation that protects cultural heritage. Advocacy is one aspect; community organizing is another aspect to bring the community to the forefront to leverage power and decision-making.
Historical documentation can be applied in several ways, in particular to evaluate significance for rehabilitation plans, interpretive programs, and preservation documentation for threatened property destruction. Work in conjunction with historians, researchers, preservationists, architects, and historical archeologists. Historic research is also used for planning and archival information is needed to identify and evaluate properties. Preservation services include; developing historical documentation objectives, research design, methods, integrating results, reporting results, and recommendations.