National Association of Rural Landowners


Forming a NARLO Chapter=

Without the land, there would be no farming, ranching, mining, timber harvesting, recreation, or even us. However, our land is under assault by government and the greatest threat facing rural landowners today is the encroaching, egregious and unconstitutional environmental regulations, that are sweeping every corner of rural America. In most cases, these regulations violate the 5th Amendment to the Constitution.

With the passage of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in 1969, a flurry of environmental regulations followed in early 1970. Some of those laws include the Endangered Species Act, The Salmon Recovery Act, The Clean Water Restoration Act, the the Coastal Zone Management Act, The Fisheries Management and Conservation Act, the Winters Doctrine, the Public Trust Doctrine, UN Biospheres and the Wildlands Project, the Boldt Decision, the, Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Marine Fisheries Division and on and on. Rural America is under a vicious assault by the Indians, the environmentalists and all levels of government.

Then, in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, United Nations Agenda 21 was born and signed off by 192 countries, including the United States. From Agenda 21 came the International Council and Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) and that organization has infiltrated into well over 600 county and city jurisdictions in America, dictating to government what they should do to protect the environment. From Agenda 21 and ICLEI came President Clinton's Council on Sustainable Development. The restrictions on rural landowners almost grows by the day. To learn how bad Agenda 21 is, click HERE.

If rural landowners don't band together and fight back, property rights will lose all meaning in America and a way of life, a good way of life, will go the way of the Dodo bird. The brutal reality is that only a ground swell of national rural outrage will reverse the course of socialism and environmental extremism in America and return us to a Constitutional Republic. Farmers, ranchers and rural landowners can and should be the catalyst to incite that outrage because they are being required to bear the entire brunt of environmental protection, while city folk get off scot-free. Rural landowners own the 'land' and the 'land' is their power, if they will use that power, before they lose it."

To that end we are encouraging landowners, in their own interests, to organize all across rural American in county Chapters of the National Association of Rural Landowners (NARLO) to take on city, county and state government and slow down or stop this vicious assault on rural landowners and their property rights.

Forming a NARLO Chapter is fairly straight forward:

1. Assemble at least 10 landowners at a single location and select a leader. Agree among you to be committed to take on city, county, or state government that is giving you grief, in order to protect your property rights and other self interests. If you don't fight them, government will harass, intimidate and try to run over you. Either be determined to be heard, or suffer the consequences.

2. Agree to pay NARLO the sum of $199.95 as a one-time Chapter Fee to the NARLO Parent Organization. The Chapter Fee provides the funds necessary for NARLO to support our Chapters all around the U. S. The group can pay the fee by check or money order in said amount and send it, along with the name of the county and state, the name and contact information of the leader and the names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the other members, to:

P. O. Box 1031
Issaquah, WA 98027

Make your check payable to "NARLO - Chapters"

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One-time NARLO Chapter Fee $199.95

If you pay by credit card, please send us an e-mail containing the information required by paragraph 2 above. You will find our contact information below.

3. Upon receipt of the Chapter Fee and member information, NARLO will send, by Priority U. S. Mail, to the leader of the new Chapter the following information:

           a. Complete instructions on how to organize and operate the            chapter

           b. Describe the mission of the Chapter - How to be effective

           c. What additional assistance and benefits the Chapter will            receive from the NARLO Parent organization, (i.e. monthly            newsletter, phone or e-mail consultation, parent organization            advocacy on behalf of local chapter issues, etc.) and

           d. Provide two successful ways on how to fund the Chapter.            *** This is important. *** You can't run an organization            without money.


As part of the Chapter Package, the new chapter will receive NARLO's Rural Landowner Handbook on a USB Flash Drive. To review what is in the handbook, click HERE.

NARLO has been an advocate for rural landowners since 2005 (for almost twelve years) and we are well known and well respected all across America. We represent the highest in integrity, honesty and honor.

If you have any questions we are eager to assist you. Here is our contact information.

National Association of Rural Landowners or (NARLO)
P. O. Box 1031, Issaquah, WA 98027
Telephone: 425 837-5365 or 1 800 682-7848
FAX: (Call 425 837-5365 first)
E-mail address:
Ron Ewart, President
E-mail address:


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