Montana's Candidate for State House HD94
During the 1990s, Gary Marbut organized a multi-year, statewide
campaign for hunters to donate excess game meat to neighbors in need and to
Montana food banks. The food bank network reported that meat donated by hunters
became the primary source of protein-rich food for their clients, food that was
also free of pesticides, antibiotics, steroids and other commercial
chemicals. Gary designed and implemented an emergency medical services system to
deliver care to the Native American population of the Interior of Alaska,
covering an area about the size of Texas. In 2005, Gary originated and described
an environmentally friendly process to clean up our forests and prevent
catastrophic wildfires by using biomass conversion technology to convert excess
but low-value forest biomass into green power at the forest cleanup project
location and use the power grid to transport this desirable green electricity to
willing buyers. This process is carbon neutral and produces zero pollution,
unlike wildfires, and would provide much-needed jobs.
Gary Marbut designed and implemented the highly acclaimed "Be
Safe" firearm safety program for Montana children. School teachers asked to
rate Be Safe on a scale of 1-10 give it an average of 9.9. Given the high
density of firearms in Montana, Be Safe has become the preferred method to
deliver essential firearm safety education to Montana children, affecting many
thousands and certainly saving many children's lives.
As a private citizen, Gary Marbut has also introduced over 50
pieces of legislation to the State House of Representatives which have passed.
More than many elected officials. His dedication to all residents of Montana,
his compassion, and his dedication make Gary Marbut the candidate for HD 94, and
the candidate for the Veterans' Party of America.