Siebel Foundation

The Montana Game Warden Association (MGWA) is in debt to the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation for its generous donation that made this website possible. The Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation has also contributed to numerous causes related to MGWA and to programs designed to benefit the State of Montana. Tom Siebel is the Chairman of the Foundation, which actively supports education, wildlife habitat preservation, environmental conservation, and fighting homelessness. Tom's love for Montana started over 35 years ago in Red lodge. He now owns and operates two large ranches, the Dearborn and N-Bar Ranches.

Here are just a few of the many ways that the Thomas & Stacey Siebel Foundation is helping the MGWA and the State of Montana.

Dearborn Ranch Scholarship: Tom and his family are major supporters of conservation and law enforcement in Montana. Through the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation, the Siebels have endowed the Dearborn Ranch Scholarship. This fund offers up to five $2,500 college scholarships for the children of the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks' enforcement officers.

Montana Meth Not Even Once Program: Tom has always been concerned for and dedicated to the future of Montana. This has been most notably shown through his leadership of the Montana Meth Project which began in February 2005. This effort dedicated $5.6 million to protect our children from what has become the most devastating drug to ever come to our state. More information about the Montana Meth Not Even Once Program can be accessed through the useful links portion of the MGWA website or by visiting the Montana Meth Project online at

Public Land Block Management Program: Tom and Stacey have built a life in Montana where their family and friends can experience Montana and ranch life and has broken the stereotype of the Montana nonresident landowner. Tom is an avid outdoorsman and through his efforts has encouraged his family and others to enjoy and appreciate Montana. Like other private landowners Tom is a participant in the Block Management Program, and in the best Montana tradition, shares his land with the public.

The MGWA appreciates the Siebel's contributions to our organization and to Montana. We encourage and look forward to continued support from sportsmen and women like the Siebel's to achieve our desired objectives and keeping Montana the Last Best Place.

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