A new land and royalty owners’ group that is part of the National Association of Royalty Owners is forming an Ohio chapter.
The National Association of Royalty Owners, or NARO, is nationwide organization that encourages and promotes exploration and production of minerals in the United States while preserving, protecting, advancing and representing the interests and rights of mineral and royalty owners.
Over the past year, a group of Ohio mineral owners has been laying the groundwork to establish an Ohio chapter with the national office. The Ohio chapter grew out of the NARO Appalachia Chapter in order to better focus on land and mineral owner issues in Ohio.
On Monday, the board signed paperwork to formally apply for tax-exempt status as a state and federally recognized 501(c)6 nonprofit organization. A variety of backgrounds and professions make up a board of directors leading the organization.Continue reading this article by clicking here.