National Association of Rural Landowners


Donate a Cell Phone=

These days everyone has an old cell phone laying around in a desk drawer, doing nothing and taking up space. Instead of donating money to NARLO, consider donating that old cell phone. Be sure to remove any private information from the phone. See ERASE INSTRUCTIONS below.

Just wrap the phone up in a box with the plug-in battery charger and instructions (if you can find them) and mail the package to:

c/o Ron Ewart, President
25542 S. E. 42st Court
Issaquah, WA 98027

We will test and refurbish the phones and offer them to our customers to help us fund the necessary and important work of the National Association of Rural Landowners. We have been advocates for the rural landowner since 2006.


Before shipping your cell phone to NARLO be sure to erase all personal information from the phone. Instructions follows:

Wiping a device might seem intimidating, but it's a lot easier than you might expect. Manually deleting your information is not the best course of action. What you want to do is a factory reset, which will ensure all your contacts, music, photos, videos, personal files, email accounts, downloaded apps, and other data can no longer be accessed on that device.

Read on for instructions on how to wipe a laptop, smartphone, tablet, or streaming device the right way.

iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch Devices

Before wiping all your personal data and settings from an iPad, or iPod touch device, you'll need to take a few preliminary steps. If you have an Apple Watch paired with your device, unpair it. Then back up your device via iCloud or iTunes.

From there, sign out of iCloud, iTunes, and the App Store. To do that on iOS 10.3 and later, tap Settings > [your name], scroll down and tap Sign Out, enter your Apple ID password, and tap Turn Off. Now you're ready for the reset.

You may need to enter your Apple ID and password. You may also be asked for your device passcode; if so, enter it. Finally, tap Erase [device].

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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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Forming a NARLO Chapter=

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NARLO Handbook

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Check out
NARLO's Powerful, Legally
No Trespassing
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No Trespassing Sign

Thousands of these huge 18" x 24" aluminum signs have been installed on urban and rural land all over America and they have proven to be a significant deterrent against trespass by government agents and other would-be intruders. Determine for yourself by clicking on the above image.

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Rural Landowner
Is now available
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Rural Landowner Handbook

If you hope to protect yourself against government abuse, no rural landowner should be without this vital resource.

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We can continue to fight for rural landowners with your generous contribution. Please consider contributing $10, $20, $30, $40, $50, $100, $250 or $500, or whatever you can afford. Your financial support helps to give us the resources we need to succeed. Remember, we do not have any big donors or funders. We are funded by YOU! Click on the image Donate

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