Here is a list of organizations which can offer assistance to your local historical society, museum or other community heritage project:
Offering special programs, an annual conference, e-newsletter and assistance with organizational needs and collections care.
You can receive our General History e-newsletter, which you'll receive about six times a year, or you can receive our weekly Local History e-newsletter—or sign up for both!
A nonprofit that assists the statewide effort to preserve and use our historic architectural resources, the cultural landscape, and fabric of our communities.
A state department which provides a variety of library and information services to state government, libraries statewide, the general public, and Vermonters with special needs.
Through grants, review and compliance, and the operation of a statewide system of State-owned historic sites, they foster protection, research, education and interpretation of Vermont's historic resources.
A nonprofit offering educational workshops and consultations on a wide range of municipal issues, information to help the public better understand local government, support for legislation that strengthens local government, and insurance coverage for municipalities.
A member-based organization preserving and restoring Vermont's cemeteries. The association also publishes newsletters and provides technical assistance and funding.
A state agency which preserves and gives access to Vermont's permanent state records and information.
To commemorate the beginning of the Civil War Sesquicentennial, Vermont's many historic and community groups are hosting events around the state.
A resource for ideas and assistance in creating a commemoration of town charter anniversaries.
All Vermont public libraries can sign up for a family museum pass which patrons can "check out" the same way they would check out a book, CD or other item from your library.